New Client Forms
If you’re a new client, here is where you can find the forms we use.
All forms listed below will be automatically sent for completion once the client portal has been set up by clicking on the orange “Request Appointment” button below.
The client portal is used to book all appointments, pay for services electronically, and send or receive documents during the treatment period.
PDF versions of all forms are found below for your convenience.
For all other insurances, Voz Speech Therapy is considered to be an out-of-network provider. However, that doesn’t mean your insurance will not cover some or all services. Depending on your current plan and company, your insurance may still be billed for reimbursement.
It’s important to check with your insurance company beforehand to determine what steps you need to take for reimbursement of services.
All paperwork with appropriate coding for services rendered will be provided once a month in the form of a super bill. Progress reports, summaries, and medical necessity statements may be provided upon request. Please note payment is due the day services are rendered.
Some steps to take when calling your insurance company before starting therapy:
1. Call the Member Services number on the back of your insurance card and ask the person on the phone what the coverage for speech therapy is with an out-of-network provider.
2. Provide your child’s name, date of birth, and insurance member ID/group policy number. When asked, the provider is Voz Speech Therapy, Inc. The group NPI number is 1861073561.
3. During our initial phone call, we will provide you with a list of codes you can reference for reimbursement depending on the information you provide me about your child. These are ICD codes that your insurance company will need to process claims.
4. Don’t hesitate to ask your insurance company questions while on the phone such as: “Do I need pre-authorization for speech therapy? What forms do I need to submit when filing a claim? When do I need to file a claim? What information do you need from the speech therapist? What happens if you deny my claim?”