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Insurance & Billing

Serving all patients in our community

We look forward to seeing you at Twin Cities Dermatology Center. We welcome commercially insured, self-pay, Medicare, Medicaid, and Medical Assistance patients. We have contracted with all major insurers to meet your medical health care needs.  While we welcome Hennepin Health patients to our Center, it will not cover your medical visit since it has not included us in its network. Please call us regarding any questions about medical coverage or payment for services.

Accepted insurance plans:

  • Aetna

  • The Alliance

  • America’s PPO/HealthEZ

  • Bind

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

  • Cigna

  • Cypress Benefits

  • Health Partners

  • Humana

  • Medica

  • Medicaid (MN and WI)

  • Medicare

  • Medicare Railroad

  • Meritain Health

  • Preferred One ( excluding PreferredHealth and plans restricting you to a certain network such as Park Nicollet/Health Partners, Fairview, or Health East)

  • United Medical Resources

  • UCare

  • United Health Care

  • Tufts Health Plan

  • Tricare West

Medical insurance copays (co-payments)

Payment of insurance copays are required and due at the time of service for every office visit, unless the visit is a post-operative follow-up or a nurse surgical removal only visit. Please bring a form of payment (cash, check, charge card) to fulfill this benefits obligation on the day of your visit.

Charge card on file policy

For commercially insured patients who do not have a copay at the time of service: We require a debit or credit card on file at the first visit for any remaining balance not paid by your insurance and that is not paid by you after 45 days of invoicing you. Medicare, Medicaid, and Medical Assistance patients are excluded from this requirement.

Medical insurance claims submission

We accept most insurance plans as payment for your services and accept the negotiated and contracted fees. Any copays are patient responsibility and are due at the time of visit. Once your visit is complete, an insurance claim will be submitted to your insurance company. We will receive remittance from your insurance company and you should receive an explanation of benefits (EOB) from your insurance company regarding the processing of your visit claim and final payment decisions.

Paying your invoice

For insured patients with balances due after insurance submission and remittance, invoices will be sent to you electronically and via mail. Balances are due within 30 days of invoice receipt. Payments can be made at online, via mailed check or credit card payment, via phone, and in-person. Balances 45 days overdue are subject to collections and must be paid in order to receive continued patient care services. Payment plans are available and can be arranged by contacting our billing department at (612) 268-5005. Self pay and cosmetic services payments are due at the end of the visit.