Frequently Asked Questions
Should you be a candidate for surgery, the facility fee, surgeon’s fee, and anesthesiologist’s fee are included in the price. The pricing page has information on which procedures that may require additional fees such as implants.
Texas Medical Management will provide you with a surgeon experienced in your particular procedure. If you have a preference among our surgeons, please indicate when you contact us.
All of our surgeons are highly qualified, and have often obtained training above and beyond the standard in their area of expertise. Our surgeons are selected to be partners based upon their track record of performing the operations that they are credentialed to perform for Texas Medical Management. They undergo a thorough vetting process before we ever allow them to step up to the table. We seek a culture of collaboration amongst our peer-selected providers that ensures that we keep getting better and more efficient.
A $200 surgical consultation fee is included in our price. If you are not a candidate for surgery, you are only responsible for the consultation fee. If you are a surgical candidate, this fee is already included in the price.
All quoted prices are valid for 60 days. If your employer is contracted with us, the quotes are good for one year.
We accept cash, cashier’s check, and all major credit cards. If your employer has a direct contract with us, we will receive payment directly from your employer. All other scenarios will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
In general, no. Payment in full is required at the time service is rendered, or we must have a current agreement in place with your TPA or self-insured employer. Part of the reason we’re able to offer prices that are so affordable is by reducing billing complexity.
Overnight stays are usually not necessary, but arrangements can be made for post-operative stays. Certain procedures will have the cost of an overnight stay included in the price.