Pediatric Procedures We understand that going through a surgical procedure can be unsettling for children and their families. We want to assure you that your child will be in experienced and caring hands. Our clinicians will provide thorough explanations and guidance, ensuring you have a clear understanding of what will occur before, during and after the procedure. To reduce anxiety and increase comfort, we will also share age-appropriate information with any child who wants to participate in the discussion.
USAP’s billing team is dedicated to making your anesthesia billing experience as seamless as possible. The information below will help you understand your anesthesia bill.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND ANSWERS TO COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ANESTHESIA DURING PEDIATRIC PROCEDURES, VISIT: USAP.COM/PEDIATRICS
ANESTHESIA BILLING Your anesthesia services are billed separately from other medical services. The facility bill may include anesthesia charges related to the equipment, drugs and other supplies used for your care. USAP’s anesthesia bill is for the professional services provided by expert anesthesia clinicians (Anesthesiologist, CRNA and/or CAA). FOR PROCEDURES COVERED BY INSURANCE Your insurance company will be billed for your anesthesia services, and we will make all reasonable efforts to obtain payment from your insurance company. Please provide complete demographic and insurance information to your referring physician and facility. We use this information to submit your insurance claim. You will be responsible for the payment of any deductibles, co-payments, denied or non-covered services. Regardless of the type of insurance coverage, patients are ultimately responsible for payment of their medical bills.
Labor & Delivery Procedures
USAP is a group of highly experienced clinicians dedicated to providing an individualized plan of care for the safety of you and your baby. We understand that every woman’s labor and level of pain is unique, and many factors contribute to the level of pain relief you might need. The anesthesia team will begin by assessing your overall health and preferences to customize relief options that fit with your medical history and personal birth plan.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND ANSWERS TO COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ANESTHESIA DURING LABOR & DELIVERY, VISIT: USAP.COM/PATIENTS/LABOR-AND-DELIVERY
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