Patient Information for Scheduling
What to expect before scheduling an appointment and what to bring
Because RAI is a referral-based practice, our practice will need a referral by your treating physician or your primary care doctor. We also require corresponding medical records and a prior authorization for types of insurances that require them for our physicians to be reimbursed. If there is any difficulty in this process, please kindly remind the referring physician’s office to send the information we request. We are happy to assist in the process, but it is ultimately the patient’s responsibility. Medical Records should consist of one year of Medical History/Office Visits, any imaging such as MRIS or X-rays, as well as recent therapies.
We will assist in verifying your benefits and coverage prior to your visit, but payment by your insurance company is not guaranteed. This does mean you will be financially responsible for any uncovered services, so we highly recommend checking this yourself prior to your visit. Your insurance will be billed as a courtesy and your copays are due at time of service. Please make sure to bring your insurance card so that it can be scanned at the time of the visit to ensure we have the correct information.
In order to better serve you and make your visit simpler, we suggest new patient paperwork (see below) to be filled out before your first visit. If you are having trouble with a referral being sent to our office, we have also provided a referral form and medical records release form (see below). If you have any more questions scheduling an office visit, please feel free to call our office at 317-588-7130.
Click below to download a form: