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Insurance Information

Optometry Group, PLLC works with many insurance carriers and payment plans.

Insurance/Accepted Payments


We accept both vision and medical insurance plans. Vision plans we accept include VSP, EyeMed, DavisVision, BCBS, etc. Please call for information on additional plans.

Accepted Payments

We Accept Cash, Personal Checks, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), Health Reimbursement Account (HRA), Health Savings Account (HSA), Debit Cards, and All Major Credit Cards.

Patient Responsibility

Due to Medicare and other insurance requirements, the following policy will be effective 06/01/11.

Refraction Charge

During your exam, you may receive a refraction. Refraction is a test done to determine a prescription for new glasses. Refractions are not typically a covered expense by insurance companies. Medicare considers refractions to be “not medically necessary” and, therefore, does not cover refractions. Your insurance company may not consider refractions to be medically necessary, either. The cost of the refraction is $30.00. This amount will be in addition to the price of your exam and collected along with any applicable co-pays at the time of checkout.

Financial Waiver

In the event you do not have any insurance, your deductible has not been met, your insurance company does not pay in full or denies payment, you understand that you (Patient or Responsible Party) will be liable for all charges incurred. You understand if you have co-pays, overages or you do not have any insurance your charges will be due and payable at the time of service. There will be a $35.00 returned check fee.

Contact Lens Exam Cost

There is an additional charge for the contact lens examination. Most insurance companies do not cover contact lens related office visits, so you understand these charges will be your responsibility. The cost for contact lens evaluation and management services will depend on the kind of contact lens fitted.