Concerned about insurance coverage and Neurofeedback?

Consider this…

  • What have you spent so far on your treatment?
  • What will you spend to meet your deductible?
  • Is this an ongoing cost that will be repeated annually?

Did you know Asheville Brain Training is more affordable than you may think?

  • Ours is a one-time expense, not to be repeated annually
  • We offer an affordable no interest 14-month payment plan
  • We offer another way to potentially save you time and money on future medical expenses by actually addressing the root cause.

Median Insurance Information

The average deductible for 2017 bronze plans marks the first time this average has crossed the $6,000 threshold. Compared to 2016’s average of $5,731, the 2017 average bronze plan deductible for individuals is 6% higher ($6,092). For families enrolled in bronze plans, the average deductible is over $12,000 in 2017.

Cost-Sharing Category
2017 Avg. for Individuals
2017 Avg. for Families
Deductible (Medical)
$6,092
$12,393
Max Out-of-Pocket Costs
$6,904
$13,810

 

The total cost at Asheville Brain Training is often LESS than an individual’s annual deductible.

Examples of Extent of Insurance Coverage for ADHD:

33% estimated that their plan covered 50% or less of their costs for ADHD diagnosis, treatment, and medications. About 8% said it covered none of these costs

16% said the medications they take are not covered by their health insurance

More than 50% said they had been limited by insurance in taking the medication they wanted

On average, respondents said they had to pay $2,199 for their deductible before their health plans would cover expenses

Out-of-Pocket Costs

On average, respondents with a child (or children) with ADHD estimated the following out-of-pocket costs:

$2,684 — ADHD evaluations and diagnoses (one-time)

$2,125 — Ongoing appointments for treatment (annual)

$935 — ADHD medications (annual)

On average, respondents who had expenses for themselves or another adult with ADHD estimated the following out-of-pocket costs:

$1,689 — ADHD evaluations and diagnoses (one-time)

$1,493 — Ongoing appointments for treatment (annual)

$735 — ADHD medications (annual)

On average, respondents estimated $3,509 in annual expenses for “non-medical” costs that they associated with ADHD care, such as vitamins or supplements; gadgets or apps; private school or tutors; social skills groups; or ADHD coaching

Sources:

https://www.healthpocket.com/healthcare-research/infostat/2017-obamacare-premiums-deductibles#.WfisFFtSxdh

“We Can’t Afford to Treat Our ADHD”