Carolina Family Practice & Sports Medicine is currently contracted with the following list if insurance companies (effective March 18, 2013). Please check with your insurance carrier for any specific questions regarding your coverage (deductibles, preventative maximums or frequency, procedures, etc). Our accepted insurances are subject to change, please call to verify if we participate.
To speak with one of CFPSM’s billing representatives, please call 919-238-2000, and select option 6.
- Blue Cross & Blue Shield (including Partner’s/HMO, Blue Medicare, and Anthem)
- First Health
- Great West/One Health
- Humana Choice Care (we DO NOT participate with Humana Medicare Choice PPO)
- Mamsi-Optimum Choice (now part of UNHC)
- Medcost Preferred
- Medicaid (Established patients only. Concussion referrals may be an exception but may also take longer to process.)
- Medicare (Established patients only. We are par with all PFFS Medicare plans.)
- PHCS(Private Healthcare System)
- Tricare-Champus (We DO NOT particiate with Tricare Prime)
- United Healthcare
- Wellpath (including Duke Select)
Please call our billing office with any further questions at 919-238-2000, and select option 6.
Please note, we DO NOT participate with Worker’s Compensation or Auto Insurance (3rd party billing).
We no longer participate with Beechstreet.
Self-pay patients are eligible for a 20% discount. If charges are paid in full at the time of visit, a 40% discount will be applied.
Patients with no insurance are eligible for a 50% discount.
For an excellent link to online information regarding insurance in general, please visit www.healthcare.gov/.
We’d also like to share a working definition of what a deductible is, and how it relates to insurance: “In an insurance policy, the deductible is the portion of any claim that is not covered by the insurance provider. It is the amount of expenses that must be paid out of pocket before an insurer will cover any expenses. The first commercial deductible was introduced by Norman Baglini in 1952. It is normally quoted as a fixed quantity and is a part of most policies covering losses to the policy holder. The deductible must be paid by the insured, before the benefits of the policy can apply. Typically, a general rule is: the higher the deductible, the lower the premium, and vice versa.” (Source: wikipedia)