Insurance for Acupuncture
Amaluna Acupuncture & Wellness in Boulder, Colorado accepts insurance for acupuncture. We are contracted with most major insurance carriers. Amaluna offers complimentary insurance coverage verification. We will call and find out whether your insurance plan covers acupuncture and the details of your benefits. To do this, we must have a photo of your insurance card front and back, your full name, and date of birth. You may email this information or send a photo over text: firstname.lastname@example.org, 720-491-1602.
If you wish Amaluna to bill insurance for your acupuncture visit, you must have your coverage verified by Amaluna before your first appointment. We cannot bill insurance without this information ahead of time.
If you would like to bill insurance for previous appointments paid out of pocket, we will apply any paid portion as a credit to your account.
Amaluna Acupuncture & Wellness in Boulder is In-Network with:
- United Healthcare
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Harvard Pilgrim
Amaluna Acupuncture is Out-of-Network with:
- Kaiser Permanente
- American Specialty Health (ASH)
- Anthem plans managed by American Specialty Health
Amaluna Acupuncture cannot bill for:
*Rates for insurance patients are higher than cash rates to account for the time required to do the billing and follow up on payment.
You, the patient, are responsible for your deductible, copay and any unpaid balance after insurance payment. Should your insurance carrier request additional information, we will gladly submit the paperwork to them to aid in the processing of your claims; however, you are ultimately responsible for the charges incurred at our office. If the insurance payment has not been made within 60 days from the date of service, you will be asked to make payment on the outstanding portion of your account. If Amaluna receives insurance payment after this time, the office will reimburse you or apply the credit to your account.
If your insurance plan changes you are required to let the office know. Any unpaid balances due to change in coverage are the responsibility of the patient.