Pediatric Associates Who Can Help with Your Health Plans
As your pediatric associates in Gilbert, AZ, we accept most major insurance companies, including AHCCCS, Medicaid HMOs and health sharing plans. Our relationship with you is an important part of serving as your pediatric center, so we’ve developed financial policies consistent with the healthcare industry that are fair, transparent, fair and patient-friendly. Our fees are consistent with others in the community. As such, we expect payment for all services provided.
On Your Visit
When you visit Morning Star Pediatrics, be sure to bring your insurance card. At that time, you’ll need to cover the cost of your co-payment. We will bill your insurance company for the balance, and any remaining balances – or if your insurance company denies our charges – will be billed directly to you. We expect your payment within 60 days from your date of service; if not, please call our office to make arrangements for payment.
We’ll Help You Understand Your Policy
Insurance is a confusing topic, but we’ll help you understand it. We regularly hear the question, “What insurances do you accept?” As your pediatric associates, we want to help you get the most coverage from your policy no matter what type of insurance you carry. We will do everything we can to help you receive full insurance benefits but remember that you’re the person ultimately responsible for your account. Our relationship remains with you – not your insurance company.
Most Major Insurance Companies
Our pediatric associates office carries most major insurance providers (see list below), but if you’re not sure simply call us here at Morning Star Pediatrics. We’re happy to answer any questions you have about insurance. For specific coverage questions you’ll want to direct those to your insurance company, which is typically found on the back of your insurance card.
The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, also known as AHCCCS, is Arizona’s Medicaid program and a federal health care program jointly funded by the state and federal governments. It’s for individuals and families who quality based on their income. It currently coordinates and pays for healthcare services delivered by more than 80,000 providers to 1.9 million state residents. If you’d like to learn more, be sure to contact AHCCCS here.
Aetna (Except Banner Network)
Aetna Select (Referral from PCP is required)
AHCCCS – Health Choice
AHCCCS – Mercy Care Plan
AHCCCS – United Healthcare Community Plan
Blue Cross/Blue Shield (Most Plans & Most Networks)
Bright Health (ACN Network Only)
Christian Care Ministry Healthshare
CIGNA (Except the Connect plan)
Deseret Mutual (UHC)
Gila River Managed Care
Great West Healthcare
Private Health Care Systems (PHCS)
Samaritan Ministries Healthshare
Southwest Services Administrators
Tricare Prime (Referral required from PCP)
Tricare Reserve Select
United Healthcare Medicare Advantage (Referral required from PCP)