GET ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS
1. How can I make an appointment?
Please call our office at 847-818-7700 to make an appointment.
2. Where are you located?
Our office is conveniently located at 135 North Arlington Heights Road, Suite 160, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
3. What forms do I need to fill out?
Click here for a list of our forms. Our receptionist can let you know which forms you’ll need to print out and fill out for your first appointment. If you don’t have a printer, please come 15 minutes early to your appointment so you can fill out the paperwork in our office.
4. Do you accept my insurance?
5. What if I don’t have insurance?
Your Personal Doctor will evaluate and treat your condition regardless of insurance. Payment for services is the patient’s responsibility. For patients without insurance, an upfront payment will be required before seeing the physician.
The medical service price list is here https://yourpersonaldoctor.com/images//doctor/forms/Medical_Price_List_Sep_2022.pdf
6. What is health insurance? Will my insurance cover my services/procedures? Will I get a bill for my services/procedures?
Please read more about health insurance: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_insurance
It is your responsibility to understand your insurance benefits. Your insurance company will send you an Explanation of Benefits that will explain how your bill was paid and any amount you are responsible for. Deductibles, co-insurance, and co-payments may apply according to your insurance policy. By law, you are responsible for these amounts as well as any non-covered services listed in your policy.
7. What is a co-pay?
A co-pay, short for “co-payment,” fixed amount of money that the insurance provider requires the insured person to pay at the time of service each time he or she comes in for an office visit.
8. What are “in-network” and “out-of-network” providers?
In-network providers are providers who are contracted with your specific insurance plan. When providers are contracted with your plan, the benefits from the insurance company are much greater than if the provider is not contracted (out-of-network) with your plan. The patient's responsibility is to check with the insurance if the office is in or out of the network before any services.
9. When will I receive a statement?
10. What forms of payment can I use?
11. How to get medical supplies or orders for tests?
The patient has to obtain a provider order during an office or virtual visit. Orders are to be a part of the provider note and be medically necessary. Some insurance companies require additional documentation, form, specialist's orders, etc. Specialist's orders/notes are to be sent to our office directly from a doctor's office or by a patient.
12. How can I refill a prescription?
You should contact your pharmacy where the last prescription was obtained and ask for refills. We expect an electronic request from a pharmacy. The provider decides to get a prescription refilled or a patient needs a virtual or office visit for it. New prescription orders require a doctor's visit.
13. I have questions for to doctor or nurse practitioner
All questions are to be addressed only during virtual/office visits.
14. I need a doctor to fill out some forms.
Review forms outside of the health care insurance coverage are out-of-pocket expenses. The price is here: https://yourpersonaldoctor.com/images//doctor/forms/Medical_Price_List_Sep_2022.pdf
The price is per one attempt. Work on the form does not guarantee approval or signature.
15. I have a prescription that is not covered or needs preauthorization.
Medical providers always prescribe medication based on the medical necessity with an option for substitution (see a financial policy). Ask a pharmacist to fill a medication that adheres to your health and financial needs. Another option is to ask a pharmacist to provide a cost-effective solution based on your preferences and insurance and send us an email to change medication ( it could be a fee associated with a medication change).
16. What is a doctor's visit?
A doctor's visit is a meeting between a patient with a health provider to get health advice or a treatment plan for a symptom or condition. The visit has a start and end time.
17. I changed my insurance. What's the next step?
18. What if I get a statement that is a year old?
The Illinois statute of Limitations is 5 years for oral contracts and 10 years for written agreements.
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