Fee Schedule (2023)
IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU SCHEDULE AN INTAKE:
1) All TAP providers are out-of-network with all insurance carriers.
We do not participate with TriCare, Medicaid, or Medicare nor any private insurance carries (Eg., BCBS, Cigna). Because of the structure of Medicaid and Medicare, you are most likely unable to receive any reimbursement for non-participating providers and will pay entirely out of pocket. For private insurance carriers, you may be able to use out-of-network benefits, depending on the provisions in your plan. We strongly suggest all prospective clients contact your insurance carrier directly to determine if/at what rate you may be reimbursed for your services at the TAP Clinic.
Please be aware that trainee services (i.e.., post-doctoral fellows or doctoral student therapists) may or may not be reimbursed by your insurance carrier. If you are open to or plan to see a trainee, please discuss this directly with your insurance carrier.
2) All services rendered are due in full at time of service.
If you would like to file for any out-of-network benefits you may have through your insurance plan, you may submit TAP Clinic "Superbill" invoices directly to your insurance. TAP providers can provide this invoicing, but are not able to submit directly to your insurance. TAP providers can also not be paid through an insurance provider; you will be reimbursed directly by your insurance.
3) The TAP clinic and all of its clinicians cannot provide any information about your individual insurance carrier's willingness to cover out-of-network treatment.
Each provider (e.g., Blue Cross, Aetna, Cigna) and each individual plan (e.g., Blue Cross Blue Value vs. Blue Cross Blue Local) are different. If you are considering using your out of network benefits for TAP clinic services, we strongly recommend you contact your insurance provider to determine what out-of-network coverage you have. You will want to ask about deductibles, coverage rates for each therapy code, and percentage of fees covered out-of network. You will find the most commonly used procedure codes (also known as CPT codes) on the updated fee schedule.