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Insurance and Billing

Insurance and Billing

Grene Vision Group accepts most Insurance and Vision Plans, including:

  • Advantra
  • Aetna
  • BCBS of Kansas
  • Cigna
  • Coventry
  • CoreSource
  • Humana
  • KanCare
    • Amerigroup
    • Sunflower
    • UnitedHealthcare
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Medicare RR PGBA
  • Medico
  • ProviDRs Care Network
  • TRICARE for Life
  • TriWest
  • UnitedHealthcare
  • WPPA

Vision Insurance Plans

  • EyeMed
  • Comp Benefits
  • Davis Vision
  • Spectera
  • Superior Vision
  • Vision Care Direct
  • VSP - Vision Service Plan

Frequently Asked Questions

Is my insurance in network?

Please contact your carrier to verify your coverage and/or benefits.

Will Grene Vision Group contact my insurance for precertification or authorization?

It is recommended you contact your insurance plan or provider directly if you have any questions or concerns about precertification or preauthorization.

I have multiple health insurance companies. How do I know who to bill?

Coordination of benefit rules apply. Contact your provider to help in determining the proper order for billing.

Why did my insurance only pay part of my bill?

Most insurance plans require you to pay a deductible and/or co-insurance. In addition, you could be responsible for non-covered services. Please contact your insurance company for specific answers to your questions. You may have out-of-pocket expenses.

What if my insurance coverage changes?

You should bring your current insurance card to your next visit, so we can update your information properly.

What is Vision Insurance?

Vision insurance is generally a supplemental insurance to other types of medical insurance policies. Vision insurance may help offset the costs of routine checkups and also may help pay for vision correction wear that may be prescribed by the attending physician.

What is the difference between a routine eye exam and a contact lens exam?

Routine eye exams are an important preventive measure for maintaining your overall health and wellness. During an eye exam, your doctor can look for vision problems and signs of serious medical conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes, and even cancer. During a contact lens exam, your doctor will evaluate your vision with contacts. Although your vision may be clear and you feel no discomfort from your lenses, there are potential risk factors with improper fitting of contact lenses that can affect the overall health of your eyes.

What is a co-payment?

A "co-payment" or "co-pay" is a specific charge that your health insurance plan may require that you pay for a specific medical service or supply.

What is a deductible?

A "deductible" is a specific dollar amount that your health insurance company may require that you pay out-of-pocket each year before your health insurance plan begins to make payments for claims.

What is co-insurance?

Co-insurance is a co-sharing agreement between the insured and the insurer under an insurance policy which provides that the insured will pay a set percentage of the covered costs after the deductible has been paid.

Questions?

If you have questions or want to pay your bill on the telephone, please call (316) 858-3833 between 8 am and 5 pm.

To view our Financial Policy, please click here.