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Billing and insurance: What you need to know
Before your appointment, please contact your child’s referring doctor and/or your insurance company to make sure you have gone through all the necessary steps to obtain a referral or preapproval for Urodynamics at Boston Children's.
Unless the doctor who will be attending your Urodynamics appointment is a urologist who is already treating your child, you will need to call your insurance company and obtain a separate referral for that doctor (as well as a referral to Boston Children's Urodynamics in general).
You can call Urodynamics at 617-355-6171 if you are not sure who the attending physician will be on the day of your child’s visit.
Your insurance company will receive two bills, one from Boston Children's and one from the office of the particular doctor at your child's appointment.
If you have billing questions, please contact the hospital's Outpatient Billing service at 617-355-7123.
Please be sure to bring your insurance card to your child’s appointment.
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