Insurance

Sound Family Medicine participates in a variety of health insurance plans. Most of these are listed below although because plans can change frequently, we recommend that you verify with your insurance company for the most up-to-date information. You can typically find a phone number to call on the back of your insurance card that will connect with you member services.

Accepted Insurance Plans

The following companies are contracted with Sound Family Medicine, outside of the Exchange. This list is for informational purposes only and does not guarantee coverage. Please contact your insurance company directly to verify coverage and access. Eligibility and coverage may vary by plan and by service.

  • Aetna
    • QPOS
    • Elect Choice
    • Managed Choice POS
    • Aetna Choice POS II
    • Aetna Select
    • Open Access Student MC
    • Aetna Signature Administrators® joint claims administration
    • Passport to Healthcare®
    • Preferred (PPO)
    • National Advantage
  • Cigna
    • Preferred (PPO)
    • Open Access Plus (OAP)
  • First Choice Health Network
  • First Health
  • Humana
    • Established patients only
  • Kaiser Permanente
    • Preferred (PPO)
  • Medicaid
    • United Health Community Plan – new OB patients only
      • Medicaid/Apple Health
      • Healthy Options Medicad Product
      • Medicaid HMO
  • Medicare Advantage – accepting new patients with the following Medicare Advantage plans:
    • Aetna Medicare Advantage (HMO and PPO)
    • Humana Medicare Advantage (HMO and PPO)
    • Premera Medicare Advantage (HMO)
    • United HealthCare Medicare Advantage (Medicare Complete HMO)
  • Premera
    • Foundation and Foundation Plus 1
    • Heritage and Heritage Plus 1
    • Heritage Signature
    • Heritage Prime
    • LifeWise Preferred
    • LifeWise Connect
    • Please contact Premera to verify your coverage if your insurance plan is not listed above.
  • Regence
    • Participating (PAR)
    • Preferred (PPO)
    • Real Value Network
    • SelectMed
    • WA Individual and Family
    • UMPUW
    • Boeing Preferred Partnership – Patients in this plan can choose to be seen at Sound Family
      Medicine; however, patients will now incur a 40% coinsurance
      in addition to any deductible or copay.
    • Please contact Regence to verify your coverage if you
      insurance plan is not listed above.
    • Bridgespan
      • Real Value Network
  • Tricare/CHAMPUS
    • Established patients only
  • United HealthCare
    • UHC Core HMO
    • UHC Core EPO
    • UHC Core Choice Plus POS
    • Choice HMO
    • Choice EPO
    • Choice Plus POS
    • Preferred (PPO)
    • UHC Charter HMO
    • UHC Charter EPO
    • UHC Charter POS
    • Select HMO/Select Plus
    • Select EPO
    • Select Plus POS
    • Nexus ACO

L&I and Worker’s Comp

Effective January 1, 2018, Sound Family Medicine will no longer be contracted with the Department of Labor & Industries.

Sound Family Medicine will no longer be able to care for any workplace injuries for L&I or a self-insured employer.

We understand that the relationship you have with your provider is important. You can continue care with your primary care provider for other health concerns not relating to your L&I case. For L&I, we will refer you to one of the following organizations:

Motor Vehicle Accidents

We accept motor vehicle accident claims for existing patients only. If you have Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage and your account with Sound Family Medicine is in good standing, your auto insurance carrier will be billed for your visit. If your insurance policy doesn’t have PIP coverage, we are unable to bill your health insurance until we can verify that you have set up subrogation with them for any medical care provided as a result of a motor vehicle accident. If the other driver is at fault, Sound Family Medicine does not bill auto insurance claims to third parties (other driver’s MVA insurance). Payment for these visits is due at the time of service or we can bill to your commercial medical insurance if we can verify you have set up subrogation (the assumption by a third party, an insurance company, of another’s legal right to collect a debt or damages).

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