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Do insurance companies pay for neurofeedback?
Some medical and psychological insurance plans now cover neurofeedback and/or biofeedback for various conditions. Reimbursement to the client varies by carrier and by plan. Check with your insurance company about coverage for biofeedback. Neurofeedback is a form of biofeedback, and is billed as biofeedback.
How much does insurance reimburse for neurofeedback?
The allowance is between $40-50 per session, regardless of the length of the session. The reimbursement for 90911 is typically higher. Billing Medicare for 90901 also requires the use of a modifier (GP or GN) to indicate whether the services are coordinated with physical therapy or occupational therapy.
Is LENS neurofeedback covered by insurance?
Insurance DOES cover tele-medicine so the neurofeedback can be done in your home and be covered by insurance. Once you decide to go ahead, a brain map is done in the office (totally painless) and the home system is given to you.
Is neurofeedback covered by HSA?
Health insurance will not cover brain mapping or qEEG and neurofeedback training. However, we offer no interest financing, and accept payments from Health Savings Accounts (HSA), Flexible Savings Accounts (FSA), Medical Savings Accounts (MSA), and the Care Credit healthcare credit card.