Verify Your Insurance Benefits

While it once was considered an alternative form of care, acupuncture is now widely accepted by the traditional medical community and the majority of insurance plans provide acupuncture benefits.  We are happy to verify your plan’s benefits and provide you with a no nonsense out of pocket quote and the comfort that comes with our no surprise billing policy.  Accessing your plans acupuncture benefits is as easy as 1,2 3!

1.  Complete our Insurance Verification Form Below

2.  An Atelier Team Member will email you within 24 hours with a full summary of your benefits and a firm out of pocket quote

3.  Book your appointment with the comfort of knowing EXACTLY how much you will owe, we take care of the rest

Billing & Insurance

Does Acupuncture Atelier accept insurance?

 Yes, Acupuncture Atelier is an out-of-network insurance provider.  Let’s face it, dealing with health insurance companies is a bummer! At Acupuncture Atelier, accessing your benefits couldn’t be easier. Let us verify your benefits and provide you with a no nonsense out-of-pocket quote, and the peace of mind that comes with our no balance billing policy.  

How do i know if my insurance plan covers acupuncture?

If you’d like us to verify your benefits, complete an insurance verification request and we will be back to you within 24 hours with a summary of your benefits and out-of-pocket expenses.  If you plan to use your insurance benefits, patients must verify benefits at least 24 hours prior to their first session.  Unfortunately we are unable to bill insurance for patients that have not verified their benefits prior to their appointment.

If my insurance plan rejects my claim, will i need to pay myself?

Thats what are no surprise policy is for!  We verify benefits for each and every one of our patients prior to their first appointment, and provide a no nonsense out-of-pocket quote, detailing all out of pocket costs BEFORE your treatment.  If we tell you that your coinsurance payment is $40 per session after verifying coverage with your insurance company, then $40 is what you owe.  If your insurance company makes a mistake and gives us the wrong information, that’s not your fault.  Insurance is complicated and its our job to ensure our patients can access their hard earned benefits.