Frequently Asked Questions
Which insurances do you take?
Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, GEHA, Humana, Rocky Mountain Health Plans, United Healthcare as well as AARP Medicare Complete, and Medicare. If you do not see your insurance listed, please contact our office at 303.798.9996.
What information do you need to bill my insurance?
A copy of your insurance card (front/back), name of the policy holder, date of birth, group number for the policy, and relationship of the policy holder (if not the patient).
Why do I have to pay a co-pay?
Littleton Internal Medicine does not make determinations about co-pays; this is assessed by your insurance company. We have signed an agreement with the insurances we participate with to collect a co-pay for any charges incurred during your visit. It is the patient's responsibility to pay the co-pay at the time of service.
Why do I need to fill out paperwork?
These forms are the only way to get the needed information to allow for billing insurance and to begin to understand your medical condition. You can fill out the required paperwork ahead of time. To fill out the appropriate form, visit our Patient Forms page.
What hospital can your doctor admit patients to?
The hospitals that are most frequently used are Littleton Adventist Hospital, Porter Adventist Hospital, and Sky Ridge Medical Center.
What is a PA-C?
A PA-C is a Physician Assistant-Certified. For more information, and a list of our PA-C's at Littleton Internal Medicine, visit our Meet the Doctors page.
How do I get my medical records?
The first step is to fill out a written request that states we have permission to release your records. After the release is received, the records are processed and forwarded to the designated party free of charge. If you or your attorney(s) are requesting a copy of your records, there will be a small processing fee.
Why do I need to come in? Why can't I have my test results over the phone?
Your physician knows you and your signs/symptoms and prefers to provide you with their assessment and interpretation of your test. This will also allow your physician to address any concerns or questions.
If the information above doesn't answer your question. Please call our office at 303.798.9996 during normal business hours.