Q: Can I view my Patient Statement (what I owe) on-line?
Yes, please login to your Patient Portal account to see an electronic copy of your patient statement.
Q: Can I make a payment over the phone?
Yes, please contact the billing department at (603) 580-6753.
Q: Can I make a payment on-line?
Yes, you can pay your bill online through our Patient Portal!
Q: What forms of payment do you accept?
Personal check, American Express, Discover, Mastercard, Visa, eCHECK and cash are accepted. Please do not mail cash.
Q: What payment options do I have if I can not pay my bill within 30 days of service?
Please click here to learn more.
Q: Did you bill my insurance?
Your statement will indicate any payments received and the name of the insurance company that Core Physicians billed. You should have received an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance company that matches the total billed, adjustments and balance due that are listed on your statement.
Q: Why do I owe money if my insurance already paid?
Your insurance carrier and policy dictate the benefits that are paid for services. Regardless of whether you use an in-network or an out-of-network provider, you could still be responsible for a portion of the services depending on the benefits of your policy. After Core Physicians has received payment from your insurance carrier, if there is a deductible, co-pay, co-insurance, or patient responsibility, you will be billed for that portion. This is the amount you owe to Core Physicians.
Q: What is a deductible?
A deductible is the amount a patient pays before the insurance carrier begins paying for a covered service.
Q: What is a co-insurance?
Co-insurance is the amount a patient pays for a service based on the percentage of an insurance carrier's negotiated fee (up to a yearly defined maximum).
Q: What is a co-payment?
A co-payment is the amount a patient pays for a service based on the patient's insurance policy with their insurance carrier.
Q: What is patient responsibility?
Patient responsibility is the amount a patient pays for a service either because the service is not covered by their insurance, they have an out of pocket expense, or they have exceeded their maximum annual benefits.
Q: Is this service covered by my insurance?
Every insurance contract is different. You should know your own insurance plan or contact your insurance carrier to obtain this information. If you still need help in determining if a service is covered, please ask to speak to one of our billing specialists for assistance.
Q: Will you submit bills to my insurance even if you don’t have a contract with them?
Core Physicians will submit claims to insurances that we do not have a contract with only if they are for hospital services. If your bill is for an automobile claim we will courtesy bill them once, but it then becomes the patient’s responsibility to make sure that the bill gets paid.
Q: What information will I be asked to verify to discuss my bill?
If you call Core Physicians to discuss your bill, you will be asked to verify your date of birth, and in some cases your social security number. This identity verification is done for your protection and is kept confidential, just like the rest of your medical record information.
Q: Can I call on behalf of my spouse, parents, or children over the age of 18?
No, unless we have a release or letter signed by the patient we cannot discuss any details of the account.
Q: Who should I contact if there are changes in my insurance plan or address?
If you should have changes in your insurance or your address between visits, bring your new insurance card and new address information to your next appointment where the receptionist can update your account. If your insurance changes and a bill needs to be sent to a new insurance company, or if your billing address has changed, please contact the billing department at (603) 580-6753.