Quality Internal Medicine participates in the following health insurance plans:
Our physicians no longer participate with commercial insurance companies. Most of our patients are 'self pay'.
Medicare and Tricare: Quality Internal Medicine participates in Medicare. However, Dr. Eapen is not accepting new patients in these insurance programs unless a new patient is willing to enroll and stay in our Personalized Membership Health Program administered by Paragon Private Health. Please see our Personalized Membership Health Program at AFFILIATED SPECIAL SERVICES.
Dr. Gorrelick does not participate in Tricare and Dr. Eapen is not accepting new patients in Tricare unless a new patient is willing to enroll and stay in our Personalized Membership Health Program administered by Paragon Private Health. Please see our Personalized Membership Health Program at AFFILIATED SPECIAL SERVICES.
Despite our limited insurance plan participation, most our patients have chosen to get their care with our practice even though we do not participate in their medical insurance because of the type of proactive, empathetic, high quality care we deliver and our sensitivity to the inherent increased out of network expenses that are incurred.We mitigate some of these increased out of pocket expenses by suggesting that diagnostic testing be done with reference laboratories, radiology groups and other diagnostic testing providers that participate in the insurance plans of patients who see us “out of network” so these fees are billed directly to their insurance companies.Thus, “out of network” expenses payable at the time of appointments are limited just to our office visit charges and any diagnostic testing that you may prefer to get with us. An invoice is provided to our patients detailing services rendered and fees paid so that patients can submit this to their insurance company for “out of network” reimbursement. This can make getting care with Quality Internal Medicine still affordable for those seeing us “out of network”.
Patients must provide documentation of current medical insurance at each visit to receive services. If you cannot provide this documentation, and still wish to be seen, you will be expected to pay-in-full for all services rendered. If plan participation in Medicare or Tricare is subsequently confirmed, you will be appropriately refunded promptly.