Click the links below to view billing information:
- Financial Policy
- Letter to our Self-Pay Patients
- Commonly Used Insurance Terms
- Current List of Accepted Insurances
The billing team here at Platte River Medical Clinic is focused on providing top notch customer service while guaranteeing that payment from the patient and insurance companies occur in a timely manner. We are here to help you with any questions you may have regarding your bill or your specific insurance policy. For any billing inquires please send a secure message to our billing team through the patient portal.
-Or call us at (303) 659-7600
Please explore our website to find out more about your insurance and our policies.
Commonly Used Insurance Terms
May 9, 2011
Benefit: The amount your plan will pay a physician, group, or hospital, as stated in your policy, toward the cost of service of procedure performed by the physician.
Claim: The form that the physician files with a health insurance company that details the services and procedures performed by the physician, on your behalf, and other pertinent data that is required by the health insurance company to receive payment.
Co-payment or Copay: The part of you medical bill that you must pay each time you visit the doctor. This is a pre-set fee determined by your health insurance policy.
Co-insurance: The part of your bill, in addition to a copay, that you must pay. Co-insurance is usually a percentage of the total medical bill — for example, 20%.
Deductible: The cost you must pay for the medical treatment before your health insurance company starts to pay — for example, $500 per individual or $1500 per family. In most cases, a new deductable must be satisfied each calendar year.
Explanation of Benefits (EOB): A written statement to a beneficiary, from a third party payer, after a claim has been reported, indicating the benefits and charges covered or not covered by your insurance plan. Remember, your EOB is not a bill.
Primary Health Insurance Company: The health insurance company that is responaible to pay your benefits first when you have more than one health insurance plan.
Secondary Health Insurance Company: The secondary health insurance company is not a first payer of your claims. The remaining claim balance will be sent to a secondary health insurance company, if provided, after a payment is received by the primary health insurance company.