Hunterdon Cardiovascular Associates is dedicated to providing patients and caregivers with as much information as possible regarding potential health care costs. Accordingly, we have listed information on the insurers and products we participate in, as well as any exceptions.
This list may not be comprehensive. For example, specialty insurers – such as workers’ compensation and personal injury protection (“PIP”) – are not included because there are a number of different types of insurance products and we may not participate in all of them. If you do not see your plan listed on our website, we strongly recommend that you contact us or your health insurance plan to confirm whether your plan is in-network or out-of-network. The resources provided here can be used to help determine your out-of-pocket expenses.
If a provider is in-network, you should not be charged more than your in-network out-of-pocket expense by that provider, and if you are, you should notify your insurance plan and the Department of Banking and Insurance/Department of Health. If a provider is out-of-network, you may pay more than your in-network co-payment, coinsurance or deductible for the services of that provider. If your Hunterdon Healthcare provider’s network status changes with your insurance plan prior to your scheduled appointment with such provider, we will notify you. If your insurance plan is self-funded, you may not be eligible for the out-of-network protections described here.
Plans we participate in:
- Aetna Medicare
- Beech Street/Concentra
- Cigna/Great West
- Community Care Network (CCN)
- Consumer Health Network (CHN)
- Devon Health
- First Health/Coventry
- Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
- Horizon NJ Health
- Horizon NJ Totalcare
- Oxford Health Plan
- United Healthcare
- United Healthcare Community Plan
It is also important that you contact your insurance company prior to receiving services or care at our facilities. Each plan is different and some provide different levels of coverage that could make a difference in your out-of-pocket costs. It is always best to contact your insurance company to obtain more information.