Definition of Deductible:
The amount you have to pay out-of-pocket for expenses before the insurance company will cover the remaining costs.
For example, if you are scheduling a procedure or test and those medical expenses will be $2,000 and your deductible is $500, then you would have to pay the $500 out-of-pocket first before the insurance company considers the remaining $1,500.
However, if your medical expenses only resulted in $500, then you would pay the $500 deductible and the insurance company would pay nothing.
If you have a billing question please call our office at 636-441-3100, or send a note through our secure Patient Portal (you will need to sign up and activate your portal account first to use this feature or to be able to pay your bill online).
Each physician has a dedicated Patient Account Specialist as follows:
Dr. J. Michael Conoyer – Joyce (Ext. 269)
Dr. Karen Boone – Kat (Ext. 270)
Dr. Robert MacDonald – Brenda (Ext. 272)
Dr. Martin Willman – Tanya (Ext. 267)
Dr. Matthew Conoyer – Donna (Ext. 266)BACK TO BLOG PAGE