Salem Location Insurance Information
Did you know there are two types of eye care coverage? Some people have medical insurance with coverage for your visit, whereas other people have unique vision insurance. You may have both, and Invision often accepts both. We want you to know exactly what will be covered by insurance before you arrive so you can properly plan for your visit and enjoy a stress-free experience with us.
For 2021, the Salem location accepts these Medical insurance plans:
- AARP Medicare Complete (Through United HealthCare)
- Anthem HealthKeepers
- Blue Cross / Blue Shield
- Optima Health
- Palmetto GBA
- United Healthcare
- And many others…
Medical insurance may be used if you have an eye health problem or a systemic health problem that has ocular complications. Your doctor will discuss all findings with you and determine if these conditions apply to you.
For 2021, the Salem location accepts these Vision insurance plans:
- Vision Service Plan (VSP)
- Blue View
- Community Eye Care (CEC)
- Davis Vision
Vision care plans only cover routine vision exams along with eyeglasses and contact lenses. These plans cover a basic screening for eye disease but do not cover diagnosis, management or treatment of eye diseases.
Deductibles, co-payments and non-covered services, or “out of pocket” fees, are collected at the time of the visit. If you have both Vision & Medical plans, it may be necessary for us to bill some services to one plan and some to the other. This will help minimize your out-of-pocket costs and ensure correct billing.
If your plan is not listed above feel free to contact us for help. If we are not a provider for your plan you may still be eligible for reimbursement!
If you are uncertain about your insurance coverage we encourage you to contact your insurance provider. Ask them about your benefits and doctors in your network. Next, give us a call. Make sure you have your insurance card in hand. We can often use this information to go online and obtain your benefit eligibility. Call us at (540) 387-1183.