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  • Writer's pictureJulie Mangels

Insurance: Understanding that Trigonometrical Calculus equation

At Designed 2 Move we have a streamlined process for verifying insurance coverage before your first visit. When you call in to schedule, we collect insurance information ahead of time so we can verify your specific coverage, and benefits, and give you estimated costs before you even step foot in our office. On rare occasions (<5% of the time), the benefits can be quoted wrong by the insurance company. Rest assured, we have been doing this a long time and can usually catch if the quote is wrong. We can see benefits online for most insurance companies, so this backup system of using online resources is very helpful. If for any reason this happens, we are very transparent and will let you know of any issues as soon as we know. Verifying your insurance before your visit is an important step in ensuring that you receive the best experience while managing your healthcare costs effectively.


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Here are several reasons why it's crucial we verify insurance coverage before your appointment:


1) Coverage Details: Insurance plans can be complex, and coverage can vary widely. By verifying your insurance, we can understand the specific benefits provided, including coverage limits, exclusions, and any specific requirements needed to be met for certain services.

2) Coverage Limitations: By checking your coverage, we can identify any restrictions and discuss alternative options.

3) Financial Preparedness/ Cost Estimation: Understanding your insurance coverage helps you prepare financially for your medical expenses. Knowing what services are covered and what your out-of-pocket costs will be (such as copayments, deductibles, and coinsurance) upfront helps you plan for the financial aspect of your visit and avoid unexpected medical bills.

4) Prevent Billing Errors: Verifying insurance information can prevent billing errors, which can lead to lengthy and frustrating disputes.

5) Avoiding Denials/ Timely Processing: By verifying insurance information before a visit, we can ensure that the necessary documentation and coding are in place to minimize the risk of claim denials. It also allows us to submit claims promptly after your visit. This in turn speeds up the processing of claims and helps avoid delays in reimbursement and disputes over unpaid bills.

6) Peace of Mind: Knowing that we have verified your insurance coverage gives you peace of mind, reducing stress and anxiety related to healthcare expenses. You can confidently seek care without worrying about financial surprises.

7) Informed Decision-Making: With a clear understanding of your insurance coverage, you can make informed decisions about your healthcare.


In summary, verifying insurance before your visit is essential for financial planning, preventing unexpected costs, and ensuring a seamless experience


It empowers you to make informed decisions about your healthcare and finances. It benefits both you as a patient and us as providers by reducing administrative hassles and helping you access the care you need while minimizing financial stress.


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