Understanding How We Bill at Pacific Surgical Center
Pacific Surgical Center will gather information regarding your insurance and determine what portion of our facility fee the provider will pay and what portion will be your responsibility.
Our facility charge covers pre-operative evaluation, equipment, personnel, most supplies and medications, and use of the operating and recovery rooms. Unless prior arrangements have been made, payment in full of the patient’s portion of the bill must be made at registration. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards.
Because our patients may receive separate bills for lab work, anesthesia, and physicians’ services, we will direct all questions regarding those bills for service to the appropriate offices.
Understanding insurance coverage at
Pacific Surgical Center
At Pacific Surgical Center, we know how confusing, and potentially overwhelming medical care can be. The challenges can be even greater when it comes to insurance companies, insurance plans, co-pays, deductibles, etc. So our caring, friendly team strives to give you the support and help you need to navigate the insurance-related aspects of your care at PSC.
Health insurance Pacific Surgical Center accepts
Pacific Surgical Center accepts all insurance plans, including some as an out-of-network provider. Below is a list of the insurance companies and plans we accept as an in-network provider. If you don’t see your insurer listed below, please call to check with us, as insurance changes do occur.
- Care Oregon
- Community Health Plan of Washington
- Dept. of Labor and Industries
- First Choice
- Great West
- Kaiser Permanente (referral needed prior to scheduling an appointment)
- OMAP (Oregon Medicaid)
- Premera Blue Cross
- Railroad Medicare
- Regence Blue Cross/Blue Shield – Washington and Oregon
- Secure Horizons – Oregon
- Tricare/TriWest (Champus)
- Uniform Medical
- United Healthcare
- US Dept. of Labor
Out-of-pocket cost information for patients
We are required by law to bill you for amounts considered to be “Patient Responsibility” by insurance companies, including Medicare.
If you are covered by a managed-care (HMO or PPO) plan, your co-payment must be collected at the time of service. This is a contractual requirement of insurers. We also accept most major credit cards.
You will receive a monthly statement for all charges considered “Patient Responsibility.” Our policy is for all accounts to be settled in 90 days. You may contact our billing department if you need special arrangements. Again, we accept most major credit cards.
Financial counseling is available for all of our patients.
If you have any questions regarding billing, insurance or your financial responsibilities, please feel free to contact us at 360.442.7902.