Insurance Accepted by NY Orthopedics
NY Orthopedics is a participating provider in many health plan networks. Some health plans use smaller networks for certain products they offer so it is important to check whether we participate in the specific plan you are covered by. Please contact our office at (212) 737-3301 to discuss the particulars of your benefit package and our current network participation status.
NY Orthopedic physicians who provide services at a hospital are independent voluntary physicians who are not employed by the hospital. Physicians bill for their services separately and may or may not participate in the same health plans as the hospital. You should check with the physician arranging your hospital services to determine which plans your physician participates in.
You should also check with the physician arranging for your hospital services to determine whether the services of any other physicians will be required for your care. Your physician can provide you with the name, practice name, mailing address and telephone number of any physicians whose services may be needed. Your physician will also be able to tell you whether the services of any physicians are likely to be needed, such as anesthesiologists, radiologists and pathologists.
If you would like to discuss your payment options or have a question about your existing bill, please contact our billing department at (646) 619-8950 Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00AM and 5:00PM. You can also contact the billing department by filling out the contact form on our site and selecting “Billing Questions” as the subject line.
Looking to pay your bill online? Visit our Patient Portal.
CareCredit (click to apply)
NO SURPRISE LAW
In accordance with New York’s Emergency Medical Services and Surprise Bills Law, patients have a right to disclosure about NY Orthopedics’:
- Accepted insurance plans – Contact our office to discuss the particulars of your benefit package and our current network participation status
- Hospital affiliations
Prior to the provision of non-emergency services and verbally at the time an appointment is scheduled.
In addition, prior to non-emergency services from an out-of-network provider, patients have the right to know that:
(i) the actual or estimated amount for the service is available upon request
(ii) if requested, this actual or estimated amount will be disclosed in writing with a warning that costs could go up if unanticipated complications occur
In addition to the foregoing, a physician must provide a patient and the inpatient or outpatient hospital in which the patient is scheduled for admission with the name, practice name, mailing address and phone number of any other physician scheduled to treat the patient and information as to how to determine the health plan(s) in which the provider(s) participates.