While researching the best head lice treatment options available to you and your family, don’t forget to ask your treatment provider about insurance coverage. Many lice treatment options are not professionally managed by trained medical personnel, and their providers do not qualify as medical clinics.
Why Pediatric Hair Solutions is Different
Pediatric Hair Solutions is a licensed head lice treatment center, owned and operated by trained and experienced medical professionals. As a result, the guaranteed lice treatments offered by Pediatric Hair Solutions are covered by most insurance plans. Head lice can spread rapidly, particularly among groups of children.
Pediatric Hair Solutions has a 100% reimbursement rate with Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA). Everybody deserves the best possible treatment, with the safest and most all-natural removal methods in practice today. Our affordable treatment options will even eliminate strains of head lice which have developed an immunity to conventional treatment.
How to File an Insurance Claim for Head Lice Treatment
There is no need to feel embarrassed. You are not responsible for a case of head lice, any more than you are responsible for your child coming down with a cold. These things exist, and they can affect anybody – in fact, lice are extremely common. They are particularly among elementary and middle-school children, whose activities often put them in close proximity with one another for extended periods of time.
For your convenience, we provide you with the appropriate form to file for your insurance claim. This includes the necessary diagnostic and procedure codes, which are needed to submit claims for reimbursement. This ensures that your case will be treated appropriately.
Following your treatment, your pre-filled CMS 1500 form (that which you need to file with your insurance provider) will be included with your discharge papers. You may also, if you would prefer, call your healthcare insurance provider prior to your appointment. This step is suggested if you are uncertain about your coverage, as your provider will be able confirm insurance coverage – and answer any other insurance-related questions that you might have.
What to Do if Your Claim is Denied
It’s rare, but it can happen. If your claim is denied, you may contact us and request a letter of medical necessity. This letter would be written by Dr. John Fassler, the Medical Director for Pediatric Hair Solutions. You may reach our lice clinic in Atlanta, GA by phone at (404) 998-9294.
We provide pre-filled forms to submit for insurance reimbursement.