You will be provided with an invoice (also known as a ‘superbill’) after each visit. It contains codes that the insurance companies need to be able to provide reimbursement. Be sure to call your insurance company directly or check their website if you have questions about filing a claim, your claim status, or your EOB (Explanation of Benefits). They will let you know what your out-of-network benefits are, which form you should complete to submit your claim, and how long until you can expect the claim to be paid. Follow-up with your insurance company after your claim has been submitted to make sure they have all the necessary and properly completed documents. We cannot guarantee that your claim will be reimbursed as every insurance company and plan comes with its own rules and regulations, but we can assist by providing a letter of medical necessity if your claim is rejected.