The cost of weight loss surgery is more than just the surgery itself. In addition to the procedure, you will need to consider the costs associated with pre-surgery requirements and post-surgery lifestyle changes.
Find a payment plan
that fits your needs.
We understand that the costs associated with weight loss surgery can be expensive. The bariatric clinics in the BCA network accept all major commercial insurance carriers and most clinics will also accept Medicare and Medicaid. If a bariatric clinic does not accept your insurance, we will work with you to find another BCA clinic close to home.
Prior to having your insurance company pay for the bariatric procedure, you may have to complete the following criteria:
The bariatric clinics in the BCA network offer self-pay pricing for patients who do not have bariatric insurance coverage or prefer not to use their insurance to pay for surgery. The self-pay price consists of a one-time fee that will include all of the pre-surgery requirements, along with the surgery itself. Not all self-pay plans at each bariatric clinic are the same. Make sure that you understand what is covered before scheduling your bariatric surgery appointment.
When you request an appointment with a BCA Program, the clinical care team will gather your insurance information and give your insurance company a call to find out your specific bariatric insurance benefits and coverage.
Your clinical navigator will then provide you with all the information you need to make an informed financial decision, as well as provide you with self-pay pricing and financing options if requested.
bariatric benefits and coverage.