Payment is due at the time of service. We accept most major credit cards, cash and personal checks. We participate with Medicare and most major health insurance plans. Please be sure to bring your insurance card and/or referral slip with you to be presented at each visit. If we participate with your insurance, we will file your insurance claim. We are required by law to collect all deductibles and co-insurance payments from our patients at time of service. Please note that there is a contract between you and your health insurance provider. we have no legal relationship with your insurance carrier. The actual burden of payment is with you as you have contracted with an insurance carrier to cover services detailed in your contract. Our complete payment policy is available at our front desk or on this website under Office Information - Medical Forms.
Card on File
Hassle Free Payments
MMI offers the convenience of autopay to cover your out-of-pocket responsibility for health insurance deductibles and co-insurance. With Card on File no funds except co-pays are collected at the time of your visit. There is no guessing or estimating regarding the amount of co-insurance or deductible due. Your out-of-pocket responsibility is charged to the card on file once your insurance company had processed the claim, ensuring your payment is accurate and hassle-free.
With a Card on File one year agreement, patients can:
- Pay future balances and copays conveniently
- Make payments automatically using their credit card of choice
- Avoid writing checks to pay monthly bills by mail
- Specify a total maximum amount to be charged
- Cancel the contract at any time
- Receive notifications and receipts sent via email
A one year Card on File agreement covers the charges incurred within that year. Once you are enrolled, your Card on File can be used to pay at time of service or for phone payments without swiping the card again.
Added Safety and Convenience
Credit card numbers are encrypted and stored securely by Elavon, a leader in the credit card industry and an affiliate of U.S. Bank. (No credit card numbers are stored by our practice.)
Email notifications and receipts
You will be notified by email of pending charges 5 days before the charges occur, and again when the credit card is charged. You will also receive an email receipt when the card is charged. Cards are charged at approximately 6:00 AM five days after the pending charge notificaition.
Receipts on the Patient Portal
You can also see e-payment receipts on the Patient Portal under “Billing”. Receipts remain on the Patient Portal indefinitely, so you can refer back to your receipts at any time.
Enrolling is easy
At your next visit, simply ask a staff member at check in or check out to enroll.