Find Out About Insurance for Sleep Disorders
Video: Insurance Coverage
SleepQuest works with all the commercial PPO insurances throughout California and throughout the United States. We also have contracts with a number of the HMOs. Through these contracts, SleepQuest is able to provide all of their services, from testing to treatment.
With over 161 million lives under contract, SleepQuest is contracted with most national networks and many regional payors. When we receive a referral from your physician, our experienced staff will contact your insurance provider and obtain coverage information. When necessary, we act as patient advocates with Care Management Departments to document medical necessity for the services for which patients are referred. We strive to provide patients with a clear understanding of their insurance coverage including any possible out-of-pocket expenses and will inform you via email or phone of your benefits.
Prior to providing any service, SleepQuest's Eligibility and Benefits Department will establish:
- Whether SleepQuest can provide the service(s) requested
- Whether SleepQuest is considered In-Network or Out-of-Network with your plan
- Co-Insurance / Deductibles / Out-of-Pocket Estimates
- If authorization is required
This information will be provided to you via email or telephone.
Once services have been provided, we work closely with your insurance company and submit claims on a timely basis. Our knowledgeable staff is experienced in navigating the often confusing world of insurance reimbursement. We work directly with patients, physicians, and insurance companies to address any issues that may delay the payment of a claim.
Click here for a list of contracted insurance companies
Self Pay Option
SleepQuest offers discounted prices to our self-paying patients. So whether you have a High-Deductible HSA account or just prefer to manage your own health care expenses, SleepQuest can provide you the same superior level of care. Contact us today to learn more about self-pay rates. Prescription still required.