What To Do When Your Deductible Resets?
I. Introduction When it comes to health insurance, one of the most important things to understand is your deductible. A deductible is the amount of […]Read more
What is Prior Authorization and How to Get it?
I. Introduction Prior authorization, also known as pre-approval, is a process that insurance companies use to review and approve certain medical treatments, procedures, and medications […]Read more
How Much Does an MRI Cost?
Magnetic resonance imaging, or an MRI, is a potent but non-invasive imaging tool or scan used to produce detailed images of various body parts in […]Read more
Is My Mammogram Covered By My Insurance?
The fact is, mammography screening alone isn’t always enough to detect breast cancer. To find out, you may need another mammogram, ultrasound, breast MRI, or maybe even a biopsy. Those procedures are not guaranteed to be covered. This means there are a lot of wide ranges in how much follow-up scans cost and how much insurance will cover.Read more
Is My MRI Covered By My Insurance?
As always, it’s never an easy question to answer; most imaging centers will accept your insurance, especially if it’s an in-network facility. However, whether or […]Read more
Can I Use Insurance for My CT Scan?
A CT is a high-tech scanning tool doctors use to help diagnose illness and monitor treatment effectiveness. The CT scan creates highly detailed images of […]Read more
Is My Ultrasound Covered By Insurance?
Although ultrasounds are the second most commonly prescribed imaging scan (after X-rays), only a small fraction of them and other pregnancy-related health-care costs are completely covered by insurance companies.Read more
Will My Insurance Cover An Open MRI
Open magnetic resonance imaging or MRI is a great alternative to traditional closed MRIs. They are designed to provide more space to reduce MRI claustrophobia […]Read more
How To Get An MRI Approved By Insurance
While it’s your health insurance company that requires prior authorization, also known as pre-authorization, it’s not necessarily your health insurance company that makes the decision about whether your prior authorization request is approved or denied. Although a few health plans still do prior authorizations in-house, many contract these tasks out to benefit management companies.Read more