We will file an insurance claim on your behalf to the primary insurance on file. If there is a secondary insurance on file, we will also file a claim for the amount not paid by your primary insurance. If there is no secondary insurance on file, you will receive a bill for any co-payment or deductible as determined by your primary insurance company.
If your insurance company sends payment directly to you, you may either endorse the check or write a personal check addressed to us for that amount received and mail the check to our business address below.
Stonesprings Anesthesia Associates, LTD
607 Herndon Parkway Suite #101
Herndon, VA 20170
Column 1: Dates
The first line item will be the date of service. All other line items will be the date a payment or adjustment was taken.
Column 2: Description of service
This is where you see the service billed for, the provider who performed the service, and any information regarding payments and adjustments.
Column 3: Financial Amounts
These are the costs for what is described in column 2.
Columns 4 & 5: Balances
These are any balances on your account to be paid by your insurance (Column 4) or you (Column 5).
Your EOB is specific to your insurance company. Remember that your EOB is not a bill, it just explains what was covered by your insurance plan.
Your EOB may identify:
Remember that your EOB is not a bill, it just explains what was covered by insurance. Your provider may bill you separately for any charges you're still responsible for. You may receive a few EOBs over time if your claim is being appealed.
A procedure can have numerous separately billable components.
Each of these services are usually provided by separate medical groups, facilities and or companies which have no business ties and are contractors to the facility.
We only submit bills for anesthesia services.
No. Anesthesia services are often provided by a certified registered nurse anesthetist (crna) and supervising physician anesthesiologist. Insurance providers simply require that the anesthesia services bill be submitted to them with the entire charge split between the crna and anesthesiologist.