We have partnered with Anesthesia Billing Consultants for your anesthesia billing. If you cannot find an answer to your billing question below, please call 410-871-7243 or email email@example.com.
We are an independent service provider; our services are not part of your hospital bill and are processed separately. We will bill your insurance company directly. Our anesthesia specialists participate with many insurance plans.
Generally, insurance companies do not respond to claims for 60 days or more. Sometimes the insurer may request more information from us in order to process the claim. The billing cycle then restarts and may repeat itself several times.
As a result by the time the insurer calculates what you have to pay, if anything, and you receive an invoice from us, it may be more than four or five months after the date of service.
In many instances, based on the type of insurance coverage you have, there may be an out-of-pocket expense, such as a deductible or co-insurance due. In the unlikely event that we do not participate with your insurance and they are unresponsive to our request for payment, we may request you intervene with the insurance to resolve the unpaid bill.
Our anesthesia care team consists of both an anesthesiologist (physician) and anesthetists (CRNA). Together these medical professionals perform critical tasks before, during and after surgery to ensure the highest possible standards of anesthesia care.
To accurately inform both you and your insurance company of this dual provider approach, two separate bills may be generated: one for the anesthesiologist and another for the anesthetist.
You may remit payment via personal check, money order; or cashier’s check to the address printed on your statement. Online payment options are available by visiting our website paynow.anesthesiallc.com.