Medicaid benefits can often be confusing to navigate, when it comes to choosing a provider. Many times a pediatrician’s office will limit the number of Medicaid patients they see, leaving you on a waitlist or a low priority. At Provo Pediatrics, we value your child and want him or her to have access to great health care!
It never hurts to call your pediatrician’s office to ask for any updates on their financial policies. They will appreciate your desire to understand your child’s benefits better. Here at Provo Pediatrics, we are more than happy to answer any billing questions you might have. If you are unsure whether or not your child qualifies for Medicaid, you can visit InsureKidsNow.gov or call 1-877-KIDS-NOW.
We accept a wide variety of Medicaid providers, to ensure that as many children as possible have access to exceptional health care. We are proud to accept the following Medicaid providers: Utah Medicaid Program, Select Health Community Care, Healthy U Medicaid, Molina, and Health Choice Utah.
Alpine Pediatrics and Utah Valley Pediatrics have many offices in the area and they do ask for proof of your child’s Medicaid application as well as other financial information. When visiting any healthcare practitioner, always bring your child’s current Medicaid card with you to their visit. This will help you and the billing specialist navigate your cost more easily.
When visiting Provo Pediatrics, always be sure to bring your child’s current Medicaid card, and do your best to stay up-to-date on your current plan’s benefits and copays. This will help us simplify your billing process, so the bills are sent to Medicaid and not to you. Always knowing in advance what co-pay you must pay at the time of service, will also make you feel more prepared and in the loop.
At Provo Pediatrics, we want your child to have access to great care, so we are more than happy to accept Medicaid benefits. We are currently accepting new Medicaid patients and would love to hear from you! Contact us today!
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