Payments and Insurance Information
Payments for your compounded prescription are due when you place your order. Restore accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover credit or debit cards, checks, or money orders.
Insurance Reimbursement for Compounded Prescription Medication
Accepts Most Major Insurance Plans
Restore health will submit your patients' prescription claims and, if necessary, assist you with any required prior authorization paperwork. Our expert Billing Specialists often succeed in getting even the most difficult prescriptions insurance claims covered by a patient's plan.
Simply have the patient contact us with their prescription and insurance information and we will process it and help them find the most cost-effective way to receive their medication.
In some cases, certain insurance plans do not directly reimburse prescription medication from compounding pharmacies. However, most of these plans will allow patients to send in claim forms for reimbursement. In these cases, a Restore Billing Specialist will provide the patient with an Insurance Reimbursement Information Form with instructions on how to submit directly to their insurance company for reimbursement.
If We Do Not Accept Your Patient's Plan
If your patient's insurance company does not appear to be on the list below, or you have a question about your coverage for compounded prescription medication, speaking with a Billing Specialist at 800.558.7046 (ext. 100).
Insurance Plans Accepted at Restore Health
Restore Health accepts most major insurance plans, including:
- BCBS of Rochester
- Express Scripts
- Med Impact
- NPS - National Pharmaceutical Services
- Physicians Plus
- Prescription Solutions (OptumRx)
- Save Rx
- Serv U Rx
- Prime T (Select States Only)