A driving value at Sexual Orientation & Gender Institute of Arizona (SOGIA) is access to care, so we are committed to making services more widely accessible and affordable in a variety of ways including:
• Cash or check
SOGIA providers do not accept any insurance at this time. However, if you have an insurance plan that provides out-of-network coverage you may be able to access those benefits (for some a deductible may be required). Additionally, you may qualify for a single case agreement—see Single Case Agreement below. You will be responsible for payment of our fees after each session (intake, individual therapy, group therapy) through a credit/debit card or healthcare card on file. At the end of each month (1st week of the new month), you will receive a “superbill” (an insurance-ready itemized form) that you can submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement.
SOGIA does not have AHCCCS providers. It is important to know that AHCCCS will not provide reimbursement for its enrollees for any services provided by individuals or groups that are not AHCCCS providers.
Single Case Agreements:
A single case agreement, sometimes referred to as a SCA, is essentially an agreed to contract between an insurance company and an out-of-network provider for a specific patient, so that the patient can see that provider using their in-network benefits (i.e., the patient will be reimbursed at a rate consistent with in-network providers after meeting their in-network deductible).
Reasons an insurance company may agree to a SCA
For a new potential patient:
This typically follows when a patient cannot find an adequately skilled in-network provider, then the patient makes the case for an SCA with the out-of-network provider BEFORE commencing treatment—sometimes this can be retroactively initiated, and you will need to contact your insurance provider.
For a current patient who has obtained new insurance:
• Continuity of Care—the patient has already developed a therapeutic alliance and has commenced a treatment plan with their previously in-network provider.
Of note, insurance companies are legally obligated to provide patients with adequate treatment by properly trained professionals. Therefore, if the insurance plan does not cover any out-of-network services, AND there are no in-network providers with the given specialty, then a patient will be able to seek a single case agreement for a qualified out-of-network specialty provider.
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