Is PAD Treatment Covered by Insurance?
PAD can develop into other serious health conditions if left untreated. Most insurance plans generally cover vascular and PAD treatment. However, we recommend contacting your insurance provider to confirm your insurance coverage and cost. Our team can also assist you in determining what benefits are available through your insurance plan. Your cost for PAD treatment is also determined by the type of treatment you receive and your plan.
At American Endovascular, we offer amputation prevention procedures, angioplasty, atherectomy, and stent placements. We want to make sure your procedure is affordable and make verifying your insurance coverage simple. You can use the insurance list below to see what health plans we work with. If you do not see your provider or have any questions related to your plans, please call American Endovascular today.
- Empire BCBS
- Humana Medicare
- UHC Community Plan
- United NYSHIP Empire Plan
- Horizon BCBS
- Railroad Medicare
- UFE/UHC Community Plan
At American Endovascular, we work to treat patients in New York, New Jersey, and Ohio with peripheral artery disease and endovascular conditions. If you have questions about the cost of PAD treatment or insurance coverage, we’re here to help. Contact your nearest vascular center today to request an appointment with one of our highly skilled affiliated physicians.