Insurance & Financing
A common question we hear from patients before they come to us for treatment is “How much will this cost?” They are often pleasantly surprised to hear that most of our patients have their treatment covered by insurance.
Varicose vein treatment is often covered by insurance. In the past, they were more apt to cover the traditional treatment of surgery for vein disease. But now, most are providing coverage for less invasive options as a primary treatment. Of course, patients and their physicians need to illustrate that treatment is medically necessary.
The Vain Clinic is now in network with most major insurance plans. Since treating vein disease is our specialty, our staff is highly experienced in working directly with insurance companies to ensure you’re getting the treatment that’s covered. Dr. Roberts will work with you to maximize your insurance benefits as well as work with those without insurance.
AARP – Adventist Risk Management – Aetna – Aftra H&R – Allianz – American Pioneer Ins. Co – APWU Health Plan – Bankers Life and Casualty Company – BCBS Empire – BCBS Federal Employee Program – BCBS Health Options – BCBS of Delaware – BCBS of Florida – BCBS of Illinois – BCBS of New Jersey – Beech Street – CDPHP Medicare PPO – Celtic – CHCS Services Inc – Coventry Health Care – FELA UFCW Fund Office – GHI – Great West Kennet – Horizon Blue – Humana Gold Plus – Magnacare – Medicare Part B – MHBP – Mutual of Omaha – MVP Healthcare USA Care PFFS – National Benefit Fund – New Era Life Ins – OneSource – Operating Engineers Local 825 – Oxfordhealth – Principal Financial – Railroad Medicare – Secure Horizons – Seven Corners Inc. (Inbound Immigrant) – Standard Life – The Mega Life & Health Ins. Co – Tricare – Tufts – UHC/HCA – UMR – UMWA Health For Retirement Funds – Unicare – United Commercial Travelers – United Healthcare – United Healthcare Goldenrule – WEBTPA