Baptist Medical Group accepts all major insurance plans. Our individual physician practices may also accept additional plans. Accepted insurance includes:
How do I know if Baptist Medical Group contracts with my health plan?
Some insurance providers require patients to receive health care services from "in-network" or "participating provider" physicians and medical practices to receive full insurance benefits. Please call your insurance provider to make sure BMG is in your network.
Can I still go to a BMG doctor if it is "out of network"?
Yes. However, if you choose to go to an "out-of-network" physician practice or hospital, you may end up paying a larger deductible or a greater portion of your bill. For more specific information about your "out-of-network" options, call your insurance company.
Does BMG send the necessary information and paperwork to insurance providers?
Yes. In some situations, we may need more information from you to process a claim. In any case, you are always free to contact your insurance provider to make sure they have everything they need.
How will I know how much I owe?
Your health insurance plan may require a deductible or co-payment that you will have to pay during your appointment registration or hospital discharge. Please check with your insurance provider about specific amounts you may be responsible for. After your BMG health care services, your insurance provider should send you an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) detailing the amount it has paid, any amounts not covered or denied by your insurance plan, and the remaining balance that you may owe to Baptist Medical Group. If you have any other questions about insurance and billing for your BMG health care services, please feel free to contact us today.