BILLING

Rock Star Therapy is an out-of-network provider for all insurance carriers. We will gladly prepare a superbill for a nominal fee upon your request, should you desire to submit to your out-of-network insurance benefits for reimbursement. Please be aware that not all employers offer out-of-network benefits.

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A superbill is a detailed receipt of services provided as well as information insurance companies need to create a healthcare claim. You will submit the superbill to your insurance company directly for any reimbursement due to you. Please note, RST does not negotiate claims with insurance companies. This will be your sole responsibility. 

 

If you would like a monthly superbill, please indicate this on your registration forms or inform Kerri or Suzanne. A nominal fee will be charged for each monthly superbill that is prepared. 

 

We require full payment for your evaluation and treatment at the time of service and you will be reimbursed directly by your insurance carrier any amount that is due to you after your claim has been processed. 

Our Philosophy

Finding a therapist that is the "just right fit" for your child is "priceless!"

We are keenly aware, however, that therapy can get expensive.

We desire to keep our fees competitive while also maintaining the unique treatment model that is very important to us. Our philosophy includes being able to provide treatment that is not dictated by insurance carriers.

 

For example, insurance carriers often dictate how long a therapeutic session can last as well as the number of visits a child can be seen in a calendar year. Generally, insurance carriers do not reimburse for group or co-treatment in an outpatient setting. They typically do not reimburse for community based therapies. At Rock Star Therapy, we believe these forms of treatment can be invaluable to your child's growth. 

 

It is becoming increasingly difficult to bill insurance carriers for developmentally based services. For example, your insurance carrier may reimburse for speech services if your child has difficulty swallowing, but not if he or she has difficulty with articulation or communication. Your insurance carrier might cover OT after an accident or injury, but may not cover services necessary to treat sensory processing difficulties in a child with Autism.  

 

At Rock Star Therapy, it is our desire to partner with you and your child and it is our promise to always provide ethical, evidence based treatment and appropriate discharge planning.