Our primary concern is keeping everyone safe and healthy while still providing premier eye care.

Please see precautions we are taking here.

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Insurance Information

Shawnee Vision Source works with many insurance carriers. Here’s a list of some of the featured carriers we accept.

To see if we work with your insurance carrier, please call our office for assistance. Our friendly and informed staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Keep these things in mind: 

  • Insurance coverage doesn’t mean payment. Many health plans have copayments and deductibles that must be met before your insurance will pay any amount towards your bill.
  • Although we do everything we can to assist our patients in determining their insurance benefits, it is the responsibility of the patient to know what medical and routine vision coverage plan or plans they have prior to the time of the exam or material order. Please check with your insurance carrier prior to your office visit to make sure you have routine vision benefits (and what they are), who your routine vision administrator is and to confirm that our doctors are classified as providers in your plan, and to determine if refractions are covered under your plan.
  • ALL INSURANCE INFORMATION (MEDICAL AND ROUTINE VISION) MUST BE PROVIDED 24HRS PRIOR TO YOUR APPOINTMENT TIME TO BE USED WITH EXAM OR MATERIALS.
  • If an insurance plan is discovered after the patient has had services or placed a material order we are unable to back bill those services. In many cases exam coding and material manufacturing is determined by the insurance that will be filed. Due to this we are unable to change billing methods once services are provided which is why we require all insurance information in full prior to these services.

Don’t see your insurance company here? Please contact us and we’ll happily check to see if we can work with your insurance provider.