Insurance & Payments at CCOM Medical Group in Muskogee, OK
CCOM Medical Group Accepts Major Health Insurances. For More Information Contact Us at(918) 205-7060. We Are Ready to Help You Feel Better.
CCOM Medical Group offers a variety of specialists, and internal and family medicine providers in addition to in-house laboratory services, nuclear testing, cardiology testing, x-ray and ultrasound. We accept most insurance plans, cash, checks and most credit cards. Payment is due at time of service for co-payments, deductibles and any self-pay balances.
PAYMENT: Payment is expected at the time of service. If your deductible has not been met, or a percentage is your responsibility, we expect payment when services are rendered. Even though insurance will be filed, you are responsible for any balance after insurance processes your claim. All charges for treatment become due and payable sixty (60) days after the date of service. These periods allow sufficient time to process insurance and make payment in full of any remaining balance. If not paid within 60 days, CCOM will begin various collection activities including, but not limited to, submitting the past due account to a collection agency.
SELF-PAYMENT (PRIVATE, CASH PAYMENT): If you have no insurance coverage we ask that you coordinate your care with our business office prior to your visit.
MANAGED CARE: All managed care (HMO, PPO, etc.) co-payment amounts are due at the time of service. If your insurance plan requires a referral authorization from a primary care physician, please present this at your initial visit. If you request an office visit without a referral authorization, your insurance plan may deem this as “out of network” or “non-covered” treatment, and you will be responsible for a larger amount or all of the charges. The patient acknowledges that it is the patient’s responsibility to be aware of what services are covered and agrees to pay for any service deemed to be non-covered or not-authorized by the plan.
MEDICARE: CCOM providers are participating providers with the Medicare program and accept as payment the Medicare allowable, patient deductible and/or 20% co-insurance. If you have supplemental insurance (Medigap) to cover the portion of the charges that Medicare does not pay, please provide us with a copy of your insurance card and any forms your insurance company may require. Medicare or secondary carriers do not cover some procedures and supplies. Please make certain you understand which aspects of your treatment are covered before proceeding. In this rare case, you may be asked to sign a waiver form, which states that you understand that you will be responsible for these charges.
SECONDARY INSURANCE: The Oklahoma Department of Insurance requires the patient to provide secondary insurance coverage to the provider if applicable. Patient agrees to provide such information. Patient agrees to immediately notify provider of any future additions, changes or deletions in primary or secondary insurance coverage.
PROMPT PAYMENT DISCOUNTS: CCOM offers a prompt payment discount to patients who do not have insurance and who pay in full at or before the time of service. Prompt payment discounts may not be applied to co-pays or deductibles. Patients paying at the time of visit should be aware that additional charges related to the visit may be billed at a later time.
PAYMENT PLANS/OUTSTANDING BALANCES: We offer the opportunity to establish a reasonable payment plan if you are not able to pay in full at the time of service. If you have an outstanding balance, we expect you to make payment or payment arrangements before your next scheduled appointment. Non-payment may result in discharge from the practice.
STATEMENTS: We will send a statement to the billing address you provide notifying you of any balances you may owe. If you have any questions or dispute the validity of this balance, it is your responsibility to contact our billing office within 30 days after receipt of the initial statement.
Insurance plans accepted here:
(Don’t see your carrier on the list? Please call us and we’ll verify your plan.)
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Community Care
- GlobalHealth HMO
- Health Choice
- Humana Military (Tricare South)
- Oklahoma Department of Corrections
- Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation
- Oklahoma MEDICAID (OHCA and SOONERCARE)
- Railroad Medicare
- United Healthcare
- And Many Others. (please call to check on your specific plan)
Medicare: What is the difference between coinsurance and copay?
For questions about your bill or to set up a payment plan on an outstanding balance, please contact our billing department via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 918-683-0060, ext. 556 and leave a detailed message.