Frequently Asked Questions
What is your financial and billing policy?
 
  We strive to keep our fees fair and competitive within the community. Cash and most major credit cards are accepted as payment for services. We participate with many insurance plans which have a set tee to which we must adhere.

We ask that you present your current insurance card at each visit. In order to avoid billing problems, it is vital that you provide us with updated information as the changes occur.

There will frequently be times when the patient will be asked to follow up personally with the insurance company. If the insurance has not paid within 60 days, the outstanding balance will be considered the patient's responsibility and payment will be due at that time. New patients are required to pay the first visit in full at the time of service unless we are able to verify insurance eligibility and benefits before your appointment.

A refund will be issued if the insurance pays for the visit. Non-insured patients will be asked to pay the balance in full as services are rendered or to make payment arrangements before receiving care.  At CFP we endeavor to provide our patients the best possible medical care. In return, we expect our patients to meet their financial obligations.

Patients who do not make prior payment arrangements and keep them may be asked to seek care elsewhere. We value each one of our patients, and we simply ask that our patients value our services enough to fulfill their financial responsibility.