We are considered an “In-Network Provider” under your insurance policy, if your Insurance Card shows any of the following:
We are not enrolled in Medicare, Medicaid or Tricare
For all other insurances, we are considered out-of-network and do not maintain contractual relationships that may reduce the price of our services, but our services are extended to everyone, regardless of their coverage. We are happy to check your coverage for benefits.
The 10 Most Commonly Performed Services
Per state law (Senate Bill 105-passed by the 30th Alaska Legislature during its second session), starting 1/1/2019, we are required to annually post this list of our 10 most frequently billed service codes from the six sections of Category I of the Current Procedural Terminology (“CPT codes”) book, as adopted by the American Medical Association. The six sections are:
CPT Code Range:
Evaluation and Management
Pathology and Laboratory
The state department responsible for overseeing this law is the State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), their website is:
In adherence to the law, Steese Immediate Care is listing our “undiscounted price.” This is the price taken directly from our fee sheet as of the publication date and are also reported to the Alaska Department of Health & Social Services. These prices may be higher than the amount actually paid for the services received depending on the individual’s circumstance (ie. Insurance Coverage, In-Network Contracts, Self-Pay Arrangements, etc.).
You are entitled, upon request, to receive a good-faith estimate of reasonably anticipated charges for a given nonemergency service(s) prior to providing those services and no later than 10 days following the receipt of your request. This estimate does not include facility fees or other charges incurred outside of the service rendered by an Steese Immediate Care Provider. This estimate will be provided in the form of your choosing – Orally, Written, or Electronic. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions.