Patient Resources

Please use these resources to prepare yourself for your visit

 

Scheduling Your Appointment

 

We understand your time is invaluable. To ensure adequate time is scheduled for your appointment, please be prepared to provide the following information to the receptionist:

  • Your name

  • Your date of birth

  • Your address

  • Primary and secondary phone numbers

  • Brief description of the reason for the visit

  • Your primary physician or health care provider

  • Your insurance or HMO information

Once Your Appointment Is Scheduled

 

Please bring the following items with you to every visit:

  • Driver's license or other valid government-issued ID

  • Insurance card and any co-payment due for the visit

  • Referral forms (if applicable)

  • X-rays and any related studies (if applicable)

  • Any necessary new patient or follow-up forms

 

 

Please review our Office Policies page prior to your visit. You can also download and fill in your Pre-Visit Patient Forms prior to your visit by clicking here.

 

In-Network Health Insurance Plans //

  • Aetna 

  • AARP supplemental

  • Aetna Medicare

  • Anthem

  • Anthem Healthkeepers

  • Anthem Medicare

  • Assurant Health

  • Bankers Life & Casualty

  • CareFirst BCBS

  • Champ VA

  • Cigna

  • Cigna Medicare

  • Coventry

  • First Health

  • Great West

  • Guardian

  • Humana

  • Innovation Health

  • Mail Handler’s BenefitPlan

  • Medicare

  • Mutual of Omaha

  • Tricare

  • Tricare Prime

  • UMR

  • United Healthcare

  • Workmans Comp

​​​Please contact our office if your insurance is not listed

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Your Guide to Patient Cost Share

 

We know that your insurance can be difficult to understand. Here are some simple explanations of common terms you may find:

  • Annual Limit: the maximum dollar amount an insurance company will pay for claims within a given year
    Example - Medicare will pay $2,010 per year for physical therapy visits

  • Co-insurance: the percentage of costs of a covered healthcare service you pay after you've paid your deductible
    Example - After paying my deductible, my insurance pays for 80% of my visit, so my co-insurance is 20%

  • Co-payment (co-pay): the pre-set charge that an insurance plan requires its members to pay for each visit to a healthcare provider
    Example
    - My co-pay is $25 for doctor visits and $50 for specialty visits

  • Deductible: the dollar amount an insurance company requires its members to pay every year before insurance benefits kick in
    Example
    - After I pay my $2,000 deductible, my insurance kicks in and I have a co-pay for covered services.

  • Out-of-pocket max: the most you have to pay for covered services in a plan year
    Example
    - After I pay my $4,000 out-of-pocket max with my deductible and copays, my health plan pays 100% of the costs of covered benefits for the rest of the year.

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Copyright 2019 Arthritis & Sports    |    Main Office: 21475 Ridgetop Cir, Suite 150, Sterling, Virginia 20166    |    p  703.444.5000   f  703.444.4999