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Pay your anesthesiology bills online easily and securely. If you’ve received a paper bill , you can quickly log in by using the 12-digit Bill ID found at the top …
Why did I get charged twice for anesthesia?
Why am I being charged twice? A: Some insurance companies demand that separate invoices be submitted for the services of both anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists (CRNA). The entire sum corresponds to what would be billed if there were just one anesthesia provider.
How does anesthesia get billed?
Anesthesia billing has been compared to a taxi fare. It is broken down into components. Start Up Units: These have a value of 3 to 25 units and reflect the difficulty of the surgical procedure and anesthetic. Time Units: Depending on the contract, the value will vary because a time unit is whatever the contract specifies.
Why is anesthesia billed separately?
Anesthesiologists typically are not employed by the care facility and bill separately for their services, so why did I receive more than one bill for anesthesia care? CRNAs can work independently of the care facility or the anesthesiologist and bill separately for their services.
Who owns USAP anesthesia?
A physician-owned company called US Anesthesia Partners (USAP) is committed to offering excellent anesthesia services. More than 700 inpatient and outpatient facilities across the nation employ USAP anesthesiologists, CRNAs, and CAAs to provide anesthesia care in more than 2 million cases each year.