Financial Policy

The physicians of TRI, PA are committed to providing you with the best possible care, and are pleased to have our knowledgeable staff discuss our professional fees with you at any time. Your clear understanding of our financial policy is important to our doctor-patient relationship. Please ask if you have any questions about our fees, financial policy or your responsibility.

All patients must complete our “Patient Information” form before seeing the doctor.

Co-Payments and deductibles are due at the time-of-service. Staff will assist you in determining what these responsibilities are. If you are unable to pay the amount due at the time of service, you will be asked to make arrangements for payment by staff representatives.

Payment plans and credit terms must be confirmed with Insurance Staff prior to the initiation of treatment. Cosmetic procedures must be paid 100% prior to the services being performed.

We accept cash, checks and credit cards.

Regarding Insurance

If you have insurance, our staff will assist you to make sure you are getting the maximum benefits due to you outlined in your coverage for services performed.

If your insurance plan is one with which we participate, we are contractually obligated to collect payment of any co-payment, coinsurance and deductibles that are due at the time of service under the terms of the agreement.

Insurance is a contract between you and your insurance company. We file insurance as a courtesy to our patients. Although we will assist in any way we can, it will ultimately be your responsibility to resolve any disputes between you and your insurance company regarding deductibles, co-payments, covered charges, secondary insurance or other matters regarding reimbursement.

You are responsible for the timely payment of your account.

Thank you for understanding our financial policy.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Our Mission

To provide leadership and excellence in the care of cancer patients while responding to the changing needs of patients,
physicians, health care facilities and agencies in the greater metropolitan Kansas City area.