FAQs About Good Faith Estimates at Your PG County Chiropractor

Here at McAuliffe Chiropractic Office, we see a lot of people in the greater Laurel, MD area, and many times, we have patients asking us about “Good Faith Estimates,” the No Surprises Act and terms like balanced billing, what these terms mean for their care.

We always believe in being forthright and upfront about healthcare costs and are here to answer any questions you may have about billing and estimates under our current laws. Here’s what every patient should know about Good Faith Estimates and how they apply to their chiropractic healthcare.


Good Faith Estimate- What Does it Mean For Chiropractic Care?


Here at McAuliffe Chiropractic, our front of house team is always here to make sure that all of your health-related and financial questions are answered, including those regarding Good Faith Estimates. Under the law, health care providers are required to give patients without certain types of health care coverage, or those who are not using insurance or health care coverage—an estimate of their bill before those services are provided. This bill should detail health care items and services and what their estimated cost will be.


Here are a few other important facts about Good Faith Estimates, so you can be prepared, not only when you see your PG County chiropractor, but when you visit any medical office for healthcare services.



If you have additional questions or would like more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, you can visit the official website at www.cms.gov/nosurprises/consumers. If you ever have questions about the costs associated with your chiropractic care, or if you have questions about insurance or billing, contact us today. You can always call our office during normal billing hours



Dr. Terence P. McAuliffe Jr. Family Chiropractor at McAuliffe Chiropractic Office

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