Buffalo Endocrinology

September 9th, 2015 9:46 pm

Independent Health

To find out more on any of these benefits please visit Independent Health's website and click on "Unique Benefits"under the "Find a Health Plan" tab on the top of the page.

To find out more information on any of these benefits please visit Blue Cross Blue Shield of WNY's website and click on the"Member Discounts" button or the "Health and Wellness" button located on the main page.

Univera

For more information on any of these benefits please visit Univera Healthcare's website and click on "Save withDiscounts" or "Get Paid for Working Out" buttons on the bottom of the main page.

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Please call the office during regular business hours for routine business such as: to schedule or change appointments, check on lab results, request prescription refills, or speak to someone in the billing department. There is a provider on call 24 hours for an emergency only.

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Buffalo Endocrinology participates in MANY insurance companies. The following is a list of those most widely used by the patients in our practice. If your insurance company, is not listed below, please call the office to verify participation. If we do not participate with your insurance, claims will still be submitted on your behalf and every effort will be made to see that your claim is paid.

CO-PAYS ARE DUE AT THE TIME OF SERVICE. WE ACCEPT CASH AND PERSONAL CHECKS. NO CREDIT OR DEBIT CARDS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Your insurance policy is a contract between your employer and your insurance company. Our staff at Buffalo Endocrinology, are committed to getting you the greatest reimbursement possible. However, please be aware that we will not compromise your medical care due to limitations of your insurance policy and that you, as a patient are ultimately responsible for all bills. This includes co-pays, deductibles and any unpaid balances after the insurance has made their payments.

PATIENTS WITH AN UNPAID BALANCE WILL NOT BE SCHEDULED FOR AN APPOINTMENT.

Some insurance companies require a referral prior to your visit with a specialist. Check with your insurance to see if a referral is required for your visit. If a referral is required, contact your primary care physician to obtain the proper referral. Our policy states; the referral must be in place before the patient can be seen.

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