Jordan-Young Institute participates with various plans administered by the following organizations. For final decisions as to if you’re covered, please talk with your appointment scheduler or call the member services line on the back of your insurance card.
- Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield / Healthkeepers
- Kaiser Permanente
- Medicare Advantage
- Optimum Choice/Choice Preferred
- Tricare for Life
- United Healthcare
- Virginia Health Network
- Virginia Worker’s Compensation
We accept most insurance plans and will file insurance claims on your behalf. You are ultimately responsible for the balance of your account. We ask that you pay your copays, deductibles, and co-insurance required by your insurance at the time of your appointment and prior to any surgical procedures.
It is advised that if you have any questions about your insurance coverage, please contact your insurance carrier directly before your appointment. We suggest asking the following questions.
- Is Jordan-Young Institute a participating group? Do Jordan-Young Institute providers count as in-network?
- What are the co-pays, co-insurances, and/or deductibles for my plan?
- Is a referral required to see a provider at Jordan-Young Institute? If it is, am I responsible for starting that process?
If you have an outstanding balance due, we appreciate you paying all of it now. If you are unable to pay all of it now, please ask about arranging a payment plan. If many attempts to collect payment from you are unsuccessful, we may turn the outstanding balance over to a collection agency. If you have been turned over to a collection agency, you will not be allowed to schedule another appointment with Jordan-Young Institute until that balance is resolved.
We also ask that you pay any out-of-pocket expenses (deductibles, co-insurance, …) prior to any surgical procedures. Our Surgical Insurance Coordinator will work with you to understand your insurance benefits and your direct costs.
Please contact us at SurgeryInsCoord@jyivb.com if you have more specific questions re: your insurance and potential out-of-pocket expenses for your surgery.