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We want to be your dedicated partner in providing health care services. We recognize that this kind of partnership is earned not given. Our promise is simple.
Our Service will surpass everything you have come to expect from a health care provider.
- -We strive to meet our attending physicians' exacting needs for high quality imaging and reporting as well as responding to their deadlines and scheduling issues.
- -We strive to make our patients welcome and comfortable in our private suite setting.The technologists know our patients, because they are with them though the entire process. Beginning with the scheduling, through the actual imaging and right on to the claim handling, we provide a totally seamless service. Our entire management system is designed around the principle of compassionate efficiency.
- -We strive to simplify the billing process. Billing is done in a comprehensive and timely manner. We make sure that our patients, our doctors and our insurers are never left stranded without information.
We also recognize that to be your partner in health care services, we must constantly update our knowledge and technology. To that end, we are affiliated with similar companies that share our passion for excellence.
- -All our radiologists are mammography certified. We will continue to play a leadership role in mammography services.
- -Our professional transcription services specialize in the intricate terminology used in bone density, mammography and x-ray reporting
Don't Overpay 300-500%
Don't believe us? Ask your insurance, then give us a call! At Apollo Medical Imaging we don't have the huge expenses like hospitals do to just build the place, this is part of how we keep our prices ridiculously LOW. That little fact alone keeps your insurance provider very happy. The bottom line is that the reason we do this is to HELP PEOPLE, not put them on the streets with larger-than-life bills.
When you buy an insurance plan, you join a group of other people to combine your healthcare purchasing power. That way, everyone shares the cost of staying healthy. You also agree to pay a monthly fee in exchange for a variety of benefits.
Here are several of the most common terms you’ll come across. Becoming familiar with them will make it easier to understand the details and total cost of the plan:
Benefits are payments the plan makes to cover all or part of covered medical expenses. They vary according to the plan you choose and usually include a portion of the cost of doctors’ visits, prescription medicine, hospital charges, ER visits, and more.
These are the payments you make for your insurance. How do insurance companies figure out what your premium will be? Rates are affected by many things, including the cost of the various medical services they will cover and how likely their policyholders, or customers, are to need those services.
Healthcare reform introduced some changes in how premiums may be set: A premium can be based on your age (older adults can’t be charged more than three times what a younger person is charged), geography (insurers can charge more in areas where medical costs are high), family size (an individual versus an individual plus a spouse and/or children) and tobacco use (those using tobacco products can’t be charged more than 1.5 times what a non-tobacco user is charged). You can’t, however, be charged a higher premium based on your gender or if you’re sick or have a history of health problems.
This is the amount you’re responsible to pay for covered medical expenses (the medical services that are covered under your plan) before your insurance begins to pay each year. When you hear that someone has “met their deductible,” it means they have paid their part of their healthcare costs. Their plan will begin to pay its portion for healthcare costs; however, you may still have to pay a co-pay or a percentage of the cost of care, called coinsurance. Typically, anything you pay out of your own pocket, except for premiums, co-pays and some prescription drug costs, will go toward meeting your deductible.
Some plans include co-pays. These are set prices for various services you may need. For example, you may pay a $20 co-pay for a visit to your primary care physician, or a $100 co-pay for a visit to the emergency room.
Coinsurance means the costs of covered medical services are shared between you and your insurance company after the deductible has been met. For example, if a plan has 80/20 coinsurance, the plan would pay 80 percent of a covered medical expense, while you would pay 20 percent of the same covered medical expense.
This is the most money you will be required to pay in a year for deductibles and co-insurance. It is a specific dollar amount that is part of the health insurance plan. After you’ve reached that amount, the insurance company may cover the cost of the rest of your covered medical expenses.
After you have a medical service, the doctor or facility that provided that service will file a claim with your insurance company. A claim is a formal request asking for payment based on the terms of the insurance plan. Your insurance company will review the claim to make sure it is valid. If so, the appropriate amount will be paid out to the insured person or to the doctor or facility that filed the claim.
-humana.com October 24, 2014
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-Preferred Health Network
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An X-ray is a quick, painless test that produces images of the structures inside your body — particularly your bones.
X-ray beams can pass through your body, but they are absorbed in different amounts depending on the density of the material they pass through. Dense materials, such as bone and metal, show up as white on X-rays. The air in your lungs shows up as black. Fat and muscle appear as varying shades of gray.
For some types of X-ray tests, a contrast medium — such as iodine or barium — is introduced into your body to provide greater detail on the X-ray images.
-mayoclinic.org October 23, 2014
Here at Apollo Medical Imaging we do all sorts of X-Rays including:
- And just about anything you need!
For a comprehensive list of our X-Ray procedures and CPT-4 or HCPCS codes click on the link below.
A mammogram is an X-ray image of your breast used to screen for breast cancer. Mammograms play a key role in early breast cancer detection and help decrease breast cancer deaths.
During a mammogram, your breasts are compressed between two firm surfaces to spread out the breast tissue. Then an X-ray captures black-and-white images of your breasts that are displayed on a computer screen and examined by a doctor who looks for signs of cancer.
A mammogram can be used either for screening or for diagnostic purposes. How often you should have a mammogram depends on your age and your risk of breast cancer.
-mayoclinic.org, October 23, 2014
We offer the following for mammograms:
- Screening Mammogram
- Diagnostic Mammogram
- Unilateral Mammogram-Right
- Unilateral Mammogram-Left
For the comprehensive list with CPT-4 or HCPCS codes click the link below.
A bone density test determines if you have osteoporosis — a disease that causes bones to become more fragile and more likely to break.
In the past, osteoporosis could be detected only after you broke a bone. By that time, however, your bones could be quite weak. A bone density test enhances the accuracy of calculating your risk of breaking bones.
A bone density test uses X-rays to measure how many grams of calcium and other bone minerals are packed into a segment of bone. The bones that are most commonly tested are in the spine, hip and forearm.
-mayoclinic.org October 24, 2014