No Surprise Act
At Novus Beginning Psychiatry, we are committed to providing our patients with the highest quality psychiatric care while ensuring transparency in all aspects of their treatment. As part of this commitment, we offer self-pay options for patients who may not have insurance or prefer to pay for their treatment out-of-pocket. We are currently unable to accept any insurance. We are unable to get self-pay from Medicaid/Medicare clients.
We fully comply with the No Surprises Act, a federal law designed to protect patients from unexpected medical bills. Under the No Surprises Act, patients are protected from surprise medical bills for services and require healthcare providers to give clients a “Good Faith Estimate” (GFE) on medical or other healthcare treatment costs.
At our practice, we always strive to keep our patients informed about the cost of their treatment and provide them with an accurate estimate of out-of-pocket expenses before starting their care. Paying for treatment out-of-pocket can offer several benefits, including greater privacy and flexibility in treatment options. Additionally, our self-pay rates are competitive, and we are happy to work with patients to develop a payment plan that works for them.
Transparency is critical to building trust with our patients and ensuring their peace of mind as they undergo treatment. If you have any questions about our billing practices, the No Surprises Act, or our self-pay options, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always here to help.