Most of the orthotic and prosthetic services provided by CPO are covered by health insurance, including Medicare and Medicaid, but the amount of coverage available varies based on your specific insurance.
CPO is in-network with most of the insurance providers If we are not in-network with your provider, we are still happy to provide orthotic or prosthetic services, but you may be responsible for a larger percentage of the cost, subject to the out-of-network rate set by your insurance plan.
In most cases, some percentage of patient responsibility is required to be paid out-of-pocket by the patient at the time the orthosis or prosthesis is delivered–the amount depends on your insurance and the device you are receiving. Insurance plans may have benefit maximums, and only cover up to a certain amount for a specific service.
Once you provide us with your insurance information, our experienced office staff will verify your benefits with your insurance carrier to determine the amount of coverage available for your orthotic or prosthetic services. If needed, our staff will also obtain prior authorization from your insurance company. Our office staff will then provide you with an estimate of your portion of the costs prior to your orthotic and prosthetic service being provided. Please note–a prescription is required for most services.