BILLING AND INSURANCE
How much will my hand therapy sessions cost?
The cost per appointment varies because each session requires different activities as the treatment progresses. This also varies per health insurance policies.
What insurances do you accept?
We accept the following insurance providers:
- Aetna (all plans)
- Medicare and Medicare DME Supplier for Custom Orthoses
- Prime Health Worker’s Compensation Network
We do not bill out-of-network insurances providers. If your insurance provider is out-of-network, you must pay at the time of your appointment and at your request, we will provide you with a bill you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.
Can I see you if you do not accept my insurance?
Yes, you may still see us, but you must pay out-of-pocket at the time of the visit. At your request, we will provide you with a bill to submit to your insurance company. Once you submit the bill, anything that your insurance company pays will go directly to you.
How can I pay my co-pay or co-insurance?
You can pay with cash, checks, or credit cards. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
Is there a fee for missing an appointment?
The fee for missing a hand therapy appointment is $50.00. All fees are payable by cash, check, or credit card. We require a non-refundable 50% deposit for ergonomic assessments, and there is no extra charge for missing or cancelling your ergonomics assessment appointment.
Whom should I contact if I have a question about my bill?
What to bring to your next appointment.
Everything you need is right here. Access the forms and information you need to become a patient at LB Hand Therapy in Columbia MD.
Please complete and bring the following packet to your appointment. If you are unable to complete the forms before your appointment, please plan to arrive 20 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time to fill out the paperwork.
- Photo identification
- X-rays, MRI’s, nerve conduction studies, or other test results
- Prescription from your doctor
- Worker’s compensation information