To make your appointment as efficient as possible, we've created this section of the website to give you easy access to making an appointment, finding out about insurance and payment options, filling out forms, preparing for surgery, etc. Click on the links below to find out more.
Billing and Insurance
Insurance companies will pay for procedures performed by Dermatology and Skin Cancer Consultants under certain circumstances. Each insurance plan is different, and we encourage you to read yours carefully. Here is a list of insurance plans accepted by Dermatology and Skin Cancer Consultants.
- BC/BS Advantage -- Ruby, Diamond, Emerald, Garnet
- First Health
- Health Partners
- Medicare -- We are not in network with Health Springs
- Railroad Medicare
- Tricare Standard, Prime, & For Life -- Tricare Prime patients require a prior authorization and referral from their primary care doctor
- United Health Care -- We are not in network with Dual Complete or Medicaid
- USA Managed Care
- Windsor Medicare Extra
- We accept the following forms of payment:
- Credit Cards: MasterCard, VISA
- Care Credit
Forms of payment
In addition to insurance plans, we also see patients on a private pay or cash basis. If you are unable to provide proof of insurance or if you're a private pay patient, we ask for payment in full at time of service. Please inform the patient associate you speak with when scheduling your appointment your billing preference.
Financial Policy Form
Thank you for choosing our practice! We are committed to the success of your medical care. Please understand that payment of your bill is part of this care. To help avoid misunderstandings, our financial policy is in writing. For your convenience, we have included a copy of our financial policy, click here to download our patient financial policy.
Dermatology and Skin Cancer Consultants, PLLC maintains all information related to patients and medical care in the strictest confidence. We require a written authorization signed by the patient or guardian in order to release information from the medical record. The written authorization must be specific as to the name of the party to whom the information is to be given. Written authorization may be revoked at any time by notifying the office.