Insurance and Finance Information
Dr. Eby participates in many national and local insurance plans, such as:
- Great West Healthcare
- United Healthcare
Dr. Eby is also a participating provider in many networks, including:
- First Health
- Deaconess Health Plans
- Encore, Focus
- Indiana Health Network
- Private Healthcare Systems
- Patoka Valley
- United Healthcare
This is NOT an exhaustive list of affiliations. Please contact your insurance carrier to verify network participation. Please contact your insurance carrier to verify coverage and eligibility.
Primary Insurance: We will file claims with the patient's insurance upon the patient's submission of proof of insurance (i.e. insurance card indicating coverage, identification number and group number). In the event the patient has insurance coverage but cannot provide documentation, payment is due at the time of service unless prior arrangements have been made with the Billing Office. Upon receipt of the insurance card, we will submit the health insurance claim form indicating patient payment at the time of service.
Secondary Insurance: Claims will be filed with secondary insurance if adequate information is received at the time of service. However, if payment is not received in our office within 45 days after filing, responsibility will be transferred to the patient and due upon receipt.
Patient Financial Responsibility
If no insurance is to be filed by us, or if we are not a participating provider in your insurance plan, full payment is expected at the time of service. If necessary, we can set up a payment schedule. Payment arrangements will be made with the approval of the Billing Office.
Co-Pays are due at the time of service. If you do not have insurance, you must make payment arrangements prior to your initial visit. If you need to make a payment, please call 812-482-7441, we will be happy to take your payment over the phone!
Children under the age of 18 will require the signature of a responsible party on the registration form.
Worker's compensation will be filed if the patient notifies us when scheduling the appointment and supplies billing information at check-in. Details of the accident will be required and a workers' compensation form must be completed.
Other methods of payment accepted at Dr. Daniel C. Eby are:
- Money Orders
Past Due Accounts
Any outstanding balance, after insurance has paid, will be invoiced to you on a statement. Payment is due upon receipt of the statement. Prolonged delinquency in payment may result in preparation of account for small claims court, collection agency and/or credit bureau reporting with possible discharge from the practice. The submission of false information on a patient account will result in the account automatically being turned over to collections (i.e. fraudulent mailing address and other necessary contact information). In the event an account is turned over for collection, the person financially responsible for the account will be responsible for all collection costs including reasonable attorney fees and court costs. A patient may remit in full for all outstanding charges owed on account including amounts previously placed with the collection service. Under these circumstances, a physician may reserve the right to re-establish the patient to active status in the practice.
Physicians do not discuss financial issues. Our staff is trained to discuss your account with you. If you find it necessary to make payment arrangements, please ask to speak to the Billing Office.