General information about our medical grants can be found here. Or, download (and share!) one our brochures.
Applicants are required to submit a form, completed and signed by the child’s M.D. or D.O., that provides specific information regarding the medical condition for which the applicant is requesting a grant.
The family must maximize their commercial health insurance first for approved medical services/ items. Once the health insurance company has submitted payment to you, please send any remaining amount due to the family in the form of an invoice, not a health insurance claim form.
The Foundation is NOT a secondary insurance plan. If the family has no coverage for a requested service/item, please send an invoice to the family. The family will forward to the Foundation and we will pay you directly. If the family has a co-pay that must be paid at time of service, please provide the family with a receipt of what was provided, the date and what was paid. The family will send this and proof of payment to us for reimbursement. If you do not participate with insurance, please provide the family with a detailed invoice.
A special note on billing: the Foundation will not pay the "provider responsibility" amounts as listed on the family's explanation of benefits.
Review the frequently asked questions for Health Care Providers & Child Advocates, or feel free to contact us.
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