Aegis Anesthesia has managed care contracts with a majority of insurance companies that insure over 95% of the patients in North Texas.
Copays, Deductibles and Coinsurance are due prior to anesthesia service:
Medical Center Patients:
For convenience, you may pay your copay, deductible and coinsurance due prior to service by contacting Aegis Anesthesia billing department (817) 421-1445. You may pay your outstanding invoice online now by clicking here to contact our outside billing company, Zotec Partners.
Dental Office Patients:
For convenience, you may pay your Aegis Anesthesia copay, Aegis Anesthesia deductible, Aegis Anesthesia coinsurance and APNT fee that is due prior to service by contacting Aegis Anesthesia billing department (817) 421-1445. APNT Fee: A separate $450 fee not covered by insurance companies, payable to APNT (APNT Mobile Anesthesia Support Services) covers the cost of the pediatric mobile anesthesia unit, certified registered nurse, anesthesia technologist, medications and anesthesia supplies. This fee is due from dental office patients only.
APNT Mobile Anesthesia Support Services:
- Pediatric Mobile Anesthesia Unit
- Certified Registered Nurse
- Anesthesia Technologist
- State-of-the-art pediatric anesthesia equipment, medications and medical supplies.
- Pediatric Monitoring/Capnography
- Pediatric Defibrillator/Emergency Equipment
Please call our office for verification, periodically new insurance companies are added and some contracts may have expired.
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Cook Children's Health
Coventry / First Health
Interplan / Health Payers Organization
Texas True Choice
USA Managed Care
What are “In-Network Pediatric and General Anesthesiologists” of Aegis Anesthesia : Anesthesiologists are often not contracted with the same health plans that contract with your doctor and medical centers in which they practice. Consequently, patients may select an in-network doctor and medical center, only to later get an unexpected bill from an out-of-network anesthesiologist, who does not have a contract with your insurance company. This may result in the patient (you) being responsible for a large out-of-network deductible or co-payment. If you are concerned about potential out-of-network charges for your child’s anesthesia, you may request that your surgeon work with an “in-network anesthesiologist”.