The most popular question amongst patients is will my insurance pay for my device? There is no easy answer here because insurances vary greatly in coverage plans. What we do know is that each insurance’s coverage will depend on the individual plan you participate in, the device you need and the diagnosis from your doctor. Great Steps Orthotics and Prosthetics accepts most commercial insurances as well as Medicare and Medicaid plans. We would be happy to work with you and your insurance company to help you understand how your plan works as it relates to your orthotic and prosthetic needs.
Please note: Your insurance plan may include a deductible and/or coinsurance percentage that you the patient will be responsible for paying. Additionally, some devices may require prior authorization. Prior authorizations are not a guarantee for payment and insurances can still deny a claim even after a prior authorization has been approved.