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Using Your Benefits Before the End of the Year

By November 22, 2014 No Comments

All of us at A Better Way Massage and Acupuncture hope you had a wonderful year!

As we approach the end of the
year, we are writing to share a tip that can help you take full advantage of any health insurance benefits you may have.

The way most health insurance benefits work is that you are provided a certain dollar amount of benefits each year.  All insurance plans in Washington State have a minimum 12 acupuncture benefits per calendar year, as well as massage therapy visits.  No medical referral is required.  Now is the time to use those remaining visits before the end of the year.

If you do not use those benefits you lose them! (Unused benefits do not carry over to the next year).

Many people do not realize this and let hundreds (or even thousands)
of dollars worth of benefits go back into the insurance company’s bank
account.

While treatment is never dictated by insurance, if you have any
treatment that remains to be completed, or you have any health concerns
at all, it would be very useful for you to come in before the end of the
year.                                           Schedule Appointment

Our goal with every one of our patients is to help you enjoy great
health. That means that you feel good, have strong body and sound mind,
and you enjoy the benefits of a healthy, balanced life through
acupuncture and massage.

If you would like to make an appointment, just give us a call and we
will find a time that is convenient for you. Just remember that when the
clock strikes 12 midnight on December 31st, you may lose any unused
health benefits.

We are happy to help you get the full benefits that you are entitled to under your health benefits policy.

Here’s to helping you achieve excellent health!

Office Holiday Hours:

  • November 27, Thanksgiving: Limited Hours 8-1pm
  • November 28: Open
  • December 24, Christmas Eve: Open
  • December 25, Christmas Day: Limited Hours

A Better Way Massage and Acupuncture
360-366-4216

 

Shannon Freeman

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