Insurance and Finance
Forms of Payment and Payment Options
Cash or Check
If we will not be billing insurance or you are paying for a “non-covered” service or product, we offer a generous pay-at-the-time-of-service discount for your wellness vision exam, comprehensive medical exam, or refractive surgery. Your balance must be paid at the time of service to qualify for this discount.
We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express. AND you can now pay your bills online!
Buying more than one pair of eyewear? Or having a vision surgery or cosmetic procedure? Cascadia Eye offers a pay-over-time solution:
Choose a Cascadia Eye Cherry payment plan for up to 12 months* at 0% APR options for those who qualify. Apply with your phone and get an approval in seconds. There is no hard credit check, and all you need is your state ID and mobile phone number.
*NOTE: Cascadia Eye does not support Cherry plans over 12 months.
Understanding Your Insurance
It can be confusing to know how to manage your insurance coverage. Cascadia Eye’s committed and caring revenue management staff are happy to bill your primary insurance company for you. We can also give you an estimate of your benefits, so you’ll have a better idea of what your insurance may or may not cover. In addition, we can also provide you the necessary information so that you can bill any secondary coverage you may have.
When we quote you benefits, this is only an estimate of your coverage and not a guarantee of payment. We relay the information given to us by your insurance company. This information is not always accurate. Consult the benefits information that you receive from your employer for more detailed information. When your insurance company processes the claim, they may pay differently than what they initially stated. You are ultimately responsible for any charges.
Here are just a few of the plans we can bill for you:
Vision Service Plan (VSP)
Check your benefits online (Please note that there are some VSP plans that are NOT contracted with us. You may need to call your VSP provider to learn if we are contracted.)
Northwest Benefit Network (NBN)
First Choice Network
Call the number on the back of your card for benefit information
Uniform Medical Plan
LifeWise Health Plan
Covers 80% of the medical portion of the exam after deductible.
Read an article HERE about Medicare Advantage plans
Cascadia CARES Program
Cascadia Eye has opted out of the state Medicaid-DSHS-Healthy Options eyewear program, and instead offers our own public service eyewear plan called Cascadia Cares.
Cascadia CARES* gives patients a much better selection, higher quality, and more stylish frames with single vision, bifocal or progressive lenses (which the state plan doesn’t offer). Since we are able to process these at our own local lens center, patients can find better eyewear much, much faster, offered at a crazy-low charge of $60 per pair.
* Some complicated prescriptions might not qualify. This offer cannot be combined with other offers. Only those who can prove eligibility for the state plan qualify for the Cascadia CARES plan.
Here at Cascadia Eye and Cascadia Surgical, financial considerations should not be an obstacle in obtaining the eye care you deserve. We do not want anyone to go without needed care because of finances. If you need care and you do not feel you can afford it, please call our office or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding our financial assistance program. Our goal is to make eye care, including refractive surgery and other higher priced eye care needs, affordable for any budget.
Contact Cascadia Eye
If you would like to learn more, or if you would like to schedule an appointment or consultation with our talented doctors at Cascadia Eye, please contact us today or use our online scheduler. You may also pre-shop for glasses at our online pre-shopping page any time. Our entire team is committed to protecting and improving your vision and the health of your eyes. We are happy to answer any questions you might have!
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