Insurance and Payment
To ensure you get the most from your health insurance benefits, please verify your insurance coverage for treatment at Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics. To do so, please ask your insurance provider the following questions:
- Does my insurance plan contract with Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics?
- Does my insurance plan allow care at single-specialty hospitals like the Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute?
- Does my insurance plan contract with Saint Luke’s Healthcare System?
- Does my insurance plan require authorization before allowing my orthopedic surgeon to formulate and execute of a care plan for me?
If the answer to any of these questions is no, please consult your employer’s benefits manager and/or your insurance plan’s customer service department for assistance.
Insurance coverage varies for each employer, even within the same carrier, and policies change frequently. It is important for patients to take the time to verify coverage and understand the associated financial responsibilities prior to treatment.
Please review our Dickson-Diveley Payment Financial Policy.
Participating Insurance Plans
Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics accepts the following insurance plans:
- AARP Medicare Advantage
- Aetna/Coventry Advantra PPO
- American Healthcare Alliance
- Beech Street
- BCBS HMOs (including Medicare Advantage)
- BCBS PPOs
- BCBS of Kansas-Choice (only)
- Cigna (PPO, HMO/POS Open Access)
- Coventry/Aetna Advantra PPO
- Coventry Healthcare PPO/HMO
- First Health
- Freedom Network and Select
- Health Exchange (Cerner)
- Mailhandlers (MHBP)
- MEDICA (Select and Connect plans)
- Medicare/Medicare RR
- Tricare/Triwest (requires referral)
- United HealthCare*
- Veterans Administration (requires referral)
- Veterans Choice Card (requires referral)
* Most plans accepted (check with your carrier for specific plan information).
If your plan is not listed, please contact your insurance carrier to ask if they provide coverage for care at Dickson-Diveley Orthopaedics.
This list is accurate to the best of our knowledge, but we cannot guarantee or warrant coverage for any single patient. Plans may change without notice. Be sure to confirm your coverage on your specific policy with your insurance company. It is the always the patient’s responsibility to know the details of his or her specific plan and to adhere to the plan’s co-pay and deductible requirements.