Utah Pain & Rehab’s highly-trained pain management specialists and their teams of dedicated allied healthcare providers, medical assistants and front office members, are committed to providing patients with compassionate care for their chronic pain conditions.
You can fill out patient paperwork before coming to the office by logging into the Patient Portal.
Utah Pain & Rehab is contracted with the majority of commercial insurance carriers, as well as Medicare. Choosing a provider to treat your chronic pain condition is a very important decision. The physicians and staff of Utah Pain & Rehab would enjoy the privilege of assisting in your care.
Please find below a list of insurance plans with which we are contracted. We will do our best to keep this list current.
- Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield / Med. Advantage / Value Care
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal
- DMBA / Deseret Choice
- Educators Mutual / EMI Health / Everest
- Select Health / Med / Care+
- Railroad Medicare
- Multiplan / Beechstreet
- Todays Options
- UHC / GEHA
- Medicare / AARP / Evercare / Complete / Secure Horizons
- University Health Plans / Healthy Advantage
If you have questions about your bill, please contact us directly or send us an email.
In the event that we do not participate with your insurance carrier, you will receive a monthly statement showing the status of your account. If you have not received an explanation of benefits from your insurance company within 60 days, you may want to contact your insurance carrier directly to determine the status of the claim. The insurance company may have pended our claim for additional information either from the insured or from another healthcare provider.
In many cases, there may still be a balance due from you for deductible or co-insurance amounts after your insurance has paid our claim. If we have been supplied with information regarding your secondary insurance, we will bill them for any balance due. If you do not have secondary insurance, you will receive a statement for any amount due from you personally. This balance is due upon receipt of our statement.
If you do not have insurance or cannot afford to pay the balance after insurance in full within 30 days, please contact the billing department to set up a monthly payment arrangement after receiving your first statement. We understand that healthcare expenses can be overwhelming and we are willing to do what we can to accommodate your financial needs.
We accept payment by cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
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