Thank you for entrusting us with your orthopaedic care. As you begin your treatment journey, we do our best to make the insurance and payment process as seamless as possible. The following information is regarding insurance companies that we work with and payment options that are available. Please call our Billing and Insurance office at (316) 631-1699 if you have any additional questions about your insurance or your account balance.
We accept assignment for Medicare and Workers Compensation. We are participating providers for a variety of other insurance plans, including:
- Aetna, Aetna Managed Care
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Blue Cross Choice Care
- Blue Select, Premier Blue
- Work Comp
- TRICARE (formerly CHAMPUS)
- United Healthcare
- Other networks – Please check with your insurance carrier
We accept cash, checks, HSA cards, MasterCard, Discover, Visa, and Debit cards. We file to your insurance, but the best way to maximize your insurance is to stay involved with your insurance company. Please provide us with complete insurance information at your visit. If your insurance has a co-payment, please pay the co-payment at your visit. Amounts not paid by your insurance are your responsibility. This might include a co-payment, a deductible, or a portion of your bill.
If you do not have insurance, payment is due at time of service unless other arrangements are made. Contact our billing office for assistance with payments, (316) 631-1699. Additional payment options are payment plans, enrolling in the SmartHealth PayCard or contacting an assistance program (UNITED WAY HELP). You can also place a credit card on file or pay securely online [Here]
To enroll in the SmartHealth PayCard please contact our office direct, 316-631-1699. AOA does not have a financial relationship with SmartHealth. Issues with SmartHealth card, website or application need to be addressed with SmartHealth directly.
No Surprise Act (NSA)
AOA Good Faith Estimate Information
Department of Health and Human Services Transparency in Coverage Rule
The Department of Health and Human Services’, Transparency in Coverage Rule, requires health plans to create a member-facing price comparison tool and post publicly available machine-readable files. These files must be updated monthly and include in-network negotiated payment rates and historical out-of-network charges for covered items and services, including prescription drugs. The purpose of this Rule is to help you know the cost of your healthcare before receiving the care. Use the link below to access this information.