Financial Policy

Office Billing & Charges

Thank you for choosing Frontier Pediatric Partners (FPP) to meet your child(ren)’s health care needs. We are committed to providing the best care possible and appreciate your trust. This goal is best achieved if everyone is aware of the financial policy, which is an agreement between the doctors/providers of the practice and the child’s parent or guardian. Your clear understanding of the financial policy agreement is important to our professional relationship.

Frontier Pediatrics has a Financial Policy that directs how billing and charges work within our practice. You may view this Financial Policy any time on our website or in our office.

Please read this policy carefully; we will require that you agree and consent to this Policy/Agreement prior to receiving treatment. Please understand that payment of your bill is considered part of your child(ren)’s treatment. Our providers follow strict coding guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and American Medical Association (AMA).

Financial Policy (PDF)
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Frequently Asked Billing Questions

The focus during a well check visit is on preventing health problems. At a well visit, your provider will assess and screen your child for age-appropriate physical, emotional, and social development.  This includes measurements of growth, a thorough physical exam, and various tests and screenings (such as vision, hearing, and/or mental health screens) as recommended by the AAP depending on your child’s age.  Think of these visits as your chance to learn as much as you can about keeping your child healthy and happy.  Click HEREto read more about why well child visits are so important.
Addressing problems, chronic disease, and illness are considered non-preventative care and are therefore not the primary focus of a well visit.

Well check (preventative) coverage is typically included in most insurance plans, however coverage varies by insurance provider, and some preventative screens recommended by the AAP may not be fully covered by all payors.

If non-preventative problems or illness are addressed during a well visit (which often saves the patient a separate visit), there will typically be an additional non-preventative charge for this service.