For all of our prosthetic and orthotic devices, MCOP provides a wide range of prosthetic insurance, billing, and support services to assist amputees and their families with navigating these complexities. Although we are not specifically contracted with all insurance carriers, MCOP is accustomed to working with all insurance providers to help clients obtain coverage for the device(s) they need. No stone is left unturned when it comes to helping you secure coverage, and we are 100% transparent about all potential costs.
Our experienced Billing Team can advise and assist with insurance claims, worker’s compensation claims, and disability insurance claims. We have experience gaining coverage for the most advanced prosthetic devices on the market today, including 5999/7499 coded technologies that represent the latest advances in prosthetic technology.
Before providing any orthotic or prosthetic devices or services, we first run an exhaustive insurance assessment to determine the coverage implications for you. Every policy is different, but we comb through yours to get an idea for what types of prosthesis will be covered. We then openly discuss any and all potential costs with our clients to ensure expectations are aligned and to eliminate any future surprises in billing. We are always transparent about any potential out-of-pocket expenses and/or the potential risks for having your claim denied.
In some cases, pre-authorization reveals there is limited or no coverage. But, we work directly with insurers on your behalf to challenge the coverage specifics and we have a high rate of success in these dealings.
We only move forward with treatment once all parties are informed of coverage specifics and cost implications.
We are currently contracted with the following insurance providers: Carefirst Blue Cross Blue Shield/BlueChoice, DC Medicaid, MD Medicaid, Medicare, Informed/Adventist Healthcare, MD Physicians Care (MD Medicaid MCO), Amerigroup (MD Medicaid MCO), University of Maryland Health Partners – formerly Riverside Health (MD Medicaid MCO), Amerihealth (DC Medicaid MCO), Tricare, and Department of Labor.
Just because we’re out-of-network with your policy, it doesn’t mean that insurance coverage is out of the question entirely. Whether we are contracted with your specific insurance provider or not, MCOP goes the extra mile to ensure we explore all of your coverage options. MCOP accepts all types of health insurance and works with all major insurance companies to secure an out-of-network exception, if needed.
Contact us for more information about our prosthetic support services.