Insurance & Payment Information
Princeton Brain & Spine accepts many major insurance plans. Please keep the following in mind as you prepare for your appointment:
- Remember to bring your insurance card and ID on the day of your PBS appointment.
- If your insurance carrier requires a referral from your primary care physician, it must be obtained by the time of your visit. If a referral is not in place, your appointment will be rescheduled.
- You are responsible for paying your co-pay at the time of your office visit.
- Although health insurance is designed to help pay for medical costs, it may not cover 100% of your care. Keep in mind that it is your responsibility to cover deductibles, co-insurance and other balances not paid by your insurance carrier. Princeton Brain & Spine will provide you with necessary claims information and assist you with the claims process as needed.
Horizon Insurance NJ Neurosurgeons & Doctors
Our dedicated team of physicians is recognized as an OMNIA Tier 1 Horizon Insurance provider. Our practice understands the importance of in-network care, and we pride ourselves in providing quality treatment and helping patients navigate the complexities of insurance. Princeton Brain & Spine patient advocates and insurance specialists provide authorization for Horizon spine surgery and diagnostic imaging while helping patients understand their insurance deductibles, copays and coinsurance.
Aetna Insurance NJ Neurosurgeons and Doctors
As part of our mission to provide affordable, inclusive patient care, our practice is now a recognized provider for Aetna insurance. Our staff works daily to enhance patient understanding of insurance policies and coverage. If your neurosurgeon recommends Aetna spine surgery, our patient advocates will work closely with you to answer coverage and benefits questions and provide a comprehensive understanding of your financial options for neurosurgery, pain management and other services.
Request an Appointment
Submit an appointment request on our patient portal or contact our New Jersey and Pennsylvania campuses to speak with a patient advocate.