The following is the list of insurances with which we participate. This will be updated from time to time as needed:
- Aetna Commercial
- Anthem BCBS
- Carefirst BCBS
- Johns Hopkins EHP
- Maryland Medicaid – Wellpoint/Amerigroup, United Healthcare Community Plan
- United Healthcare
Note: You should always check with your Privia Medical Group provider to verify plan and product coverage as this is not an exhaustive list, and plans change frequently.
PLEASE NOTE: There is a $25 "No Show" Fee that is automatically applied to established patient appointments cancelled with less than 2 hours or notice or not attended. For new patient appointments, the fee is $50.
We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and personal checks.
When paying personal balances by mailed check, please mail directly to our office: 12501 Prosperity Drive, Suite 100; Silver Spring, MD 20904 to ensure timely posting to your account. Also, make sure to update your HRA/FSA payment accounts to our address as well!
We encourage patients to keep a credit card on file to make the checkout process easier, faster, and more efficient. You will no longer receive statements from us, but you will continue to receive your Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance carrier once your claim has been processed, detailing the charges and payments made on your behalf.
At check-in we will:
- Scan the credit card of your choice, including your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA) card
After your insurance has paid their portion, we will:
- Notify you via email of the balance owed
- Charge the balance owed to your card on file
- Email a receipt for the charge
Your credit card information will always be fully protected by our off-site, card-processing partner Elavon, and not on our computers, as required by industry standards (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard – PCI-DSS).
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