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If you have health insurance, it should be understood that this is an agreement between you and your insurance company. You are responsible for paying your bill regardless of your insurance coverage.

As a service to you, our insurance office will file your claims for medical and surgical care. You must make sure we have the name of your current insurance carrier, the current policy and group number. Please report any changes in coverage to our insurance office as soon as possible. You are responsible for providing our insurance office with a signed insurance claim form for medical care.


We submit Medicare claims for you if we have your Medicare numbers and signature. Please notify us when you go on Medicare, so your charges can be submitted as soon as they are incurred. If tests or procedures are performed at an outside facility, that facility will submit charges to Medicare for you.
Tschetter & Hohm Clinic is a participating provider in Medicare. This means Medicare will send payments directly to Tschetter & Hohm Clinic to your account. If you have supplemental insurance, we will also file for supplemental insurance claims. Patients will be responsible for any deductibles or approved Medicare charges. Medicare does not pay for services they deem to be routine/screening or not medically necessary, and you will be required to pay for these services. If you have questions, please call our insurance department.


Since card numbers and dates of eligibility change, it is absolutely necessary that all Medicaid patients produce a valid Medical Assistance Card each time you visit the doctor. If a Tschetter & Hohm physician is not the patient's primary care physician, then it is required that the patient abtain a referral card from their primary care physician before scheduling an appointment.

Worker's Compensation

When an injury has occurred and is job related, please be sure to inform the receptionist when you register at the front desk. These charges are put on a special worker’s compensation account and will be paid for by your employer’s worker’s compensation carrier. Each time you have a follow-up visit for worker’s compensation, you must inform the receptionist to ensure proper billing for your services.


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