Medical Insurance Coverage
Hudson Medical accepts most health insurances. Here is a list of insurance companies we currently accept.
For the most up-to-date information on insurance acceptance, please give us a call.Call Us
Insurances We Accept
- Access Medicare
- Empire BCBS
- HealthCare Partners
- Medicaid (Secondary)
- Medicare (PTAN)
- UHC AARP
- UHC Community Plan
- Village Care
- VNS NY
- Worker's Comp
(*) requires a referral
Hudson Medical is committed to making our treatment accessible and affordable to as many patients as possible. We offer several financing programs. Our team will work alongside you to navigate the costs associated with our treatments.
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Commonly Asked Questions
Some insurances not listed above are accepted on a case-by-case basis. We do provide services out-of-network; check with your insurance company to see if you have out-of-network benefits.
Yes, we accept both New York State Workers Compensation and ‘No Fault’ or ‘Motor Vehicle Accident’ as insurance. Please have all your information including case number, date of the accident, attorney information, and all relevant data ready for the day of your appointment.
If you have been referred by your attorney on a medical lien case, one of our medical directors will need to speak with your attorney prior to your appointment. This is done on a case-by-case basis.
Yes. Depending on your insurance plan, there may be co-insurances and deductibles for pain management services. We will ask for payment up front if your plan has a high deductible. You will be responsible for a co-payment as well as directed by your plan. A member of our staff will have a financial discussion with you during your visit to make sure you know what your financial obligations are. Under certain circumstances, we can set up payment plans.
Because each insurance company has it own requirements and authorization processes, it can be hard to predict how long your authorization will take. Most procedure/MRI authorizations take less than a week, but some others can take weeks for your insurance company to approve. In certain cases, patients can significantly expedite their authorization by contacting their insurance provider directly. You can always check on the status of your authorization request by calling or emailing us.
Don't see your insurance?
Please contact us as some insurances not listed above are accepted on a case-by-case basis.