Making Payments Painless and Easy
ConvenientMD is dedicated to making the billing process as easy as possible for you. We want to make sure you receive the full benefits of your insurance coverage. Often patients are only responsible for their co-pay, although the patient’s responsibility will vary by insurance plan. Our team is happy to help you with any questions you might have regarding the billing process, or your account specifically.
For billing questions, please call 603-410-6700,
Monday – Friday from 9am-4:30pm.
To make this process more convenient for you, ConvenientMD offers:
PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION WHEN YOU VISIT US
Please make sure to bring your health insurance card to your visit. We will make a copy of the card for our files when you arrive. On your behalf, we will submit your secondary insurance for you. Please make sure to bring that along as well. If you are not the subscriber of the insurance that will cover your services, we will need the date of birth and social security number of the subscriber.
Should your information have changed since your last visit, please let our staff know so we can update this information in our records. We want to ensure that your services are billed to your insurance expeditiously.
No Insurance? No problem! ConvenientMD is here to serve EVERYONE.
UNDERSTAND THE BENEFITS AND REQUIREMENTS OF YOUR INSURANCE PLAN
The majority of insurance plans require that you make a co-payment at the time of service. Typically, besides your co-payment you are responsible for any unpaid amount not covered by your insurance plan. If you have questions about your insurance plan, please contact your insurance provider. The number will be on the back of your card.
RESPOND PROMPTLY TO STATEMENTS FROM ConvenientMD AND YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY
When you receive a statement from ConvenientMD that details the remaining balance, please pay this amount promptly. Also, review the statement you receive from your insurance company. If ConvenientMD does not receive payment from your insurance company within a reasonable time, the remaining balance may be your responsibility. In the event an overpayment is made, it will be refunded after settlement with your insurance company.