oak clinic m.s. accepts what types of insurance

by Faustino Muller I Published 1 year ago Updated 8 months ago

How to check on behavioral health benefits?

To check your benefits and determine your eligibility status: 1 Call your insurance company’s Member Services 2 Inquire specifically for “Behavioral Health Benefits” in an “outpatient, professional setting”. 3 Have a provider in mind? Ask the representative if he/she is in-network for you.

Will reimbursement be credited to you?

Any reimbursement you may receive will be credited to you .

Who is the director of Oak Clinic?

Despite this, much work needs to be done. Both clinical and basic research at Oak Clinic is directed by Dr. Chris Sheppard.

Is Oak Clinic a non profit?

The Oak Clinic is a non profit out -patient facility that strives to treat and empower individuals living with MS regardless of their ability to pay.

Original Medicare

Oak Street Health accepts Original Medicare Part A and Part B plans. Also known as traditional Medicare, Original Medicare is a fee-for-service plan, with Medicare paying a portion of the bill for Medicare covered services. All of our locations accept Part B plans, though some require both Part A and Part B.

Medicare Supplement

Oak Street Health accepts all Medicare Supplement plans, also known as MediGap plans. Supplement and ​ “ Gap” plans may help with costs that Original Medicare does not cover.

Medicare Advantage

Oak Street Health accepts many Medicare Advantage plans offered by private insurance companies. Sometimes referred to as Part C or MA Plans, these plans provide additional coverage beyond Original Medicare and Medicare Supplement plans.

When is multiple sclerosis diagnosed?

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, often disabling, disease of the central nervous system. It is typically diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, although children and teenagers have been also diagnosed with increasing frequency.

Why is MS not seen?

But because of the body's ability to heal itself , the initial attacks are often not seen or diagnosed.

Can MS people live productive lives?

Thanks to research sponsored by the National Institute for Neurological Disease and Stroke (NINDS), the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and others, people with MS today have genuine expectations that they can live productive lives.

What is the primary service we offer for multiple sclerosis?

Because multiple sclerosis is such a complicated and unpredictable disease, one of the primary services we offer is health promotion and education.

What is the goal of MS?

Our goal is to treat the whole person and not just the disease. We look at how MS affects the patient’s life, including its impact on families. We help individuals to become advocates for themselves and to learn to communicate their interests, desires and needs.

Can MS patients attend classes for free?

Anyone with MS is welcome to attend these classes for free and may have friends or family accompany them.

Do you have to receive follow up on a specific care?

Your specific care may require you to receive services more often, with additional follow up needed over time. We encourage you to take responsibility for understanding your ongoing benefit coverage; for example, the number of visits covered for counseling.

Does Stanford Children's Health have insurance?

If you or your child is a patient at Stanford Children's Health, visit Stanford Children's Health for insurance coverage.

Does Stanford Health Care have insurance?

Stanford Health Care is contracted with most major health insurance carriers. Coverage for your care at Stanford Health Care is determined by your insurance company and is based on the provisions of your specific plan.

Does Stanford Health Care cover behavioral health?

As a result of the potential different network restrictions covered by your behavioral health/mental health plan, your insurance plan might cover your medical treatment at Stanford Health Care, but not cover behavioral health services at Stanford Health Care.

Does behavioral health insurance have the same coverage?

Most insurance plans offer medical coverage and behavioral health/mental health coverage, however, they may not always access the same network of providers. Your behavioral health insurance may access a “carve out” network or third-party insurer.

Does behavioral health insurance bill for behavioral health?

Please be aware that visits with behavioral health professionals will be billed to your behavioral health/mental health insurance carrier.

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