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Ocoee Behavioral Health Practice and Financial Policies

Thank you for choosing Ocoee Behavioral Health as your health care provider. We are committed to building a successful physician-patient relationship with you. Your clear understanding of our Patient Financial Policy is important to our professional relationship. Please understand that payment for services is a part of that relationship. Please ask if you have any questions about our fees, our policies, or your responsibilities. It is your responsibility to notify our office of any patient information changes (i.e., address, name, insurance information, etc.).

  • Payment

Payment is expected at the time of your visit. We will accept cash, check, or credit card. Payment will include any unmet deductible, co-insurance, co-payment amount, or non-covered charges from your insurance company. Due to the many different insurance products out there, our staff cannot guarantee your eligibility and coverage.

  • Co-pays

The patient is expected to present an insurance card at each visit. All co-payments and past due balances are due at time of check-in unless previous arrangements have been made with a billing coordinator. We accept cash, check or credit cards. Absolutely no post-dated checks will be accepted.

  • Insurance Claims

Insurance is a contract between you and your insurance company. In some cases, we are NOT a party of this contract. We will bill your insurance company as a courtesy to you. To properly bill your insurance company, we require that you disclose all insurance information including primary and secondary insurance, as well as any change of insurance information. Failure to provide complete insurance information may result in patient responsibility for the entire bill. Although we may estimate what your insurance company may pay, it is the insurance company that makes the final determination of your eligibility and benefits. If your insurance company is not contracted with us, you agree to pay any portion of the charges not covered by insurance, including but not limited to those charges above the usual and customary allowance. If we are out of network for your insurance company and your insurance pays you directly, you are responsible for payment and agree to forward the payment to us immediately. If your insurance plan is one with which we are not a participating provider, you will be responsible for payment in full. However, as a courtesy, we will file your initial insurance claim and if not paid within 30 days you will be responsible.

  • Self-pay Accounts

Self-pay accounts are patients without insurance coverage, patients covered by insurance plans in which our practice does not participate, or patients without an insurance card on file with us. We do not accept attorney letters or contingency payments. It is always the patients’ responsibility to know if our office is participating with their plan. If there is a discrepancy with our information, the patient will be considered self-pay unless otherwise proven.


If it is necessary to cancel a scheduled appointment, we require at least 24 hours advance notice.

Late Cancellations: A late cancellation is considered when a patient fails to cancel their scheduled appointment with a 24-hour advance notice.

No-shows: a no-show is when a patient misses an appointment with no notice or shows up too late to the appointment to be seen.

A $50.00 fee will be billed to your account for late cancellations and for no-shows.

Our office does offer appointment reminder messages 48-72 hours prior to an appointment as a courtesy; however, it is the client's responsibility to keep track of their appointment date. 

Repeatedly missing visits jeopardizes your care. For this reason, after an ESTABLISHED patient has two (3) late cancellations and/or no-shows or a NEW PATIENT has one (1) cancellation or no-show, they will be discharged from the practice.


Completion of forms will require an appointment if needed right away. Otherwise, there is a 10-business day turn around that must be allowed to complete forms.

  • Returned Checks

The charge for a returned check is $35 payable by cash or money order. This will be applied to your account in addition to the insufficient funds amount. You may be placed on a cash only basis following any returned check.

  • Outstanding Balance Policy

It is our office policy that all past due accounts be sent two statements. If payment is not made on the account, a single phone call will be made to try to make payment arrangements. If no resolution can be made, the account will be sent to the collection agency, or attorney, and possible discharge from the practice.

In the event an account is turned over for collections, the person financially responsible for the account will be responsible for all collections costs including attorney fees and court costs.

Regardless of any personal arrangements that a patient might have outside of our office, if you are over 18 years of age and receiving treatment, you are ultimately responsible for payment of the service. Our office will not bill any other personal party.

  • We do our best to stay on time; however, there are unexpected delays that occur. Please plan on at least 1 hour for your visit in case we are experiencing any delays. 
  • You must be seen for an appointment for controlled substance medication refills.
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