Insurance & Billing
For BlueCross and BlueShield of Georgia (BCBSGA) Patients:
While BCBSGA works on a solution for their computer system error, we have provided the following link to assist patients find in-network providers.
Go to: https://www.bcbsga.com/health-insurance/provider-directory/searchcriteria
Once you reach the “Find a Doctor” page, search with the following criteria:
- Type of Care: Medical (Individual & Families)
- State: Georgia
- Select a Plan/Network: All Pathway HMO Products
If you have any additional questions, please contact our office at (404) 303-1314.
Children’s Wellness Center will bill your insurance company. However, you will be personally responsible for all co-pays and co-insurance at the time of services, as well as for the costs of all non-covered services that are not covered by your insurance company. Additionally, you will also be responsible for all balances that your insurance carrier does not pay within 90 days. You will receive a bill, which must be paid upon receipt.
If we are not a provider on your current insurance plan or you do not have proof of insurance, you will be responsible for the entire bill at the time of service. We will provide you with an encounter form at each visit so that you can file the claim with your insurance company.
You must provide your insurance card or proof of insurance at the time of each visit. If you do not have insurance, are unable to provide proof of insurance, or are on a plan in which we do not participate, full payment is required at the time of your visit.
It is very important that you become familiar with your insurance plan and understand its benefits. Certain plans have restrictions on certain services, such as vision/hearing screening, immunizations, and the timing of well child exams. It is your responsibility to understand your plan’s restrictions and limitations. If you have any questions regarding your coverage, health benefits, health restrictions, or payment determination, you will need to contact your insurance company directly.
If you have a new born, it is your responsibility to add your new family member to your insurance plan.