Here is a link to the state of Florida’s pricing tool for surgical services.
This is a non-personalized estimate of charges that may be incurred for your anticipated services. Actual costs may vary based the services you actually receive. You have a right to request a personalized estimate based on your specific circumstances and anticipated procedure (s). We recommend a personalized statement to confirm that the providers and the center all particpate in your insurance plan.
The center requests that all out-of-pocket costs are paid prior to surgery. Any remaining balances after insurance will be billed via statement which is due upon receipt to avoid being turned over to collections. Patients with financial hardships should contact our billing department. Payment plans are permitted on a case by case basis and our billing department may be able to refer you to the Division of the Blind or Brevard Health Alliance (and other programs) if you meet their criteria.
ASC of Brevard: Price Transparency
ASC of Brevard participates in many health insurance plans, including Medicare. Most health plans base the payment on Medicare reimbursement, ranging from 80% to 125% of the Medicare allowable accounts.
For information purpose, the five most common surgery and laser procedures performed at ASC of Brevard are as follows:
|2023 Medicare allowable facility fees
|Cataract surgery with lens implant
|Cataract surgery, complex with lens implant
|YAG laser capsulotomy
This information is a non-personalized estimate of costs that may be incurred by the patient for anticipated services. Actual costs will be based on services provided to the patient. Anesthesia is a sperate charge. Your physician will also bill separately.
Patients have a right to request a personalized estimate from ASC of Brevard.
At ASC of Brevard, we work with our patients to offer flexible financing to make medical evaluations, treatments and surgeries accessible to everyone.
Please be prepared to pay your copayment, deductible and any outstanding balances on the day of your appointment.
Generally, all known fees will be collected at the time of check-in, however, it may take weeks for your insurance plan to process your claim and determine what additional portion of the charges they will pay for and what portion is your responsibility. Insurance companies determine the copayments, deductibles and other fees that providers are required to collect. Federal laws also require that our office collect copayments and deductibles determined to be the patient’s responsibility by Medicare.
We accept cash, check, major credit cards and Care Credit.