Adagio Day Spa is now accepting insurance as a method of payment for massages.
We are In-Network with Aetna and Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Adagio will be happy to bill your insurance as a courtesy. Please remember that your insurance coverage is a contract between you and your insurance company. We do not determine the specifics of your benefits and a benefit quote is not a guarantee of payment. YOU ARE ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PAYMENT FOR YOUR ACCOUNT.
How do I know if my visit will be covered?
Medical insurance coverage can be confusing. As difficult as it may seem, however, it is important that you take the time to understand your own insurance. Whether you are a member of an employer-sponsored medical plan or an individual medical plan, you may end up paying more out of your own pocket by not understanding the details of your insurance.
We encourage you to call the number on the back of your card to verify your benefits prior to your visit with us.
Do I need a referral to get my treatment covered by insurance?
A referral from doctor is required for all medical massage treatment. Some insurance companies do not require a referral; however, all claims require an ICD-10 diagnosis code and it is outside of the scope of practice for massage therapists to diagnose.
What is a deductible?
Your insurance plan may require you to personally pay for medical services you receive, starting at the beginning of each calendar year, up to a certain dollar amount. This amount is called your "annual deductible". For example, if your plan has a $1,000 annual deductible, you are required to pay the first $1,000 each year for medical services you receive, after which your plan begins paying. The deductible is applied once each year for all medical services.
What is a Co-Payment?
Your insurance may require a co-payment for your visits. A co-payment is usually a fixed dollar amount that you are required to pay (and we are contractually required to collect) at the time of your visit.