In-Network or Preferred Provider
SPARCC is “in-network” (a preferred provider) for all payers listed below; each includes all subsidiary and third-party payers contracted with these payers. Call your third-party plan if you are unsure of its affiliation with payers below.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield (HMO & PPO)
- Federal Medicare
- Pima Focus
- United Healthcare (HMO & PPO)
- Golden Rule
- All Savers
- Cigna (HMO & PPO)
- Aetna (HMO & PPO)
- Arizona Complete Care
- Complete Care (Ahcccs)
- Liberty Healthshare
- Motor Vehicle Third Party
- Medical Pay
- Worker’s Comp
*Contracts are subject to change. Please call us for any updates*
Transparent, Discounted Rates
With the landscape of insurance in flux, uncertainties of coverage and high-deductible plans nearly ubiquitous, the idea of paying out of pocket at a discounted rate has become attractive to many. We are currently offering deep time of service discounts for all types of appointments to avoid any insurance hassle.
SPARCC’s self-pay patients receive a discount.
Frequently Asked Questions
When are payments due?
Payment is due in full at the time of your appointment. This includes any copay, coinsurance, or deductible for those using insurance and the full self-pay rate for self-pay patients.
What services do you provide at the initial visit?
The first visit can vary depending on the severity of the symptoms. Our model allows our providers to spend a lot of time face-to-face with the patient to observe and consult, and additional time after the visit analyzing the problem and determining the best path forward. Other tests are performed at the discretion of the provider.
Does SPARCC offer payment plans?
For some cases, we can offer payment plans with Varidi. Its quick and easy to use!
Why can’t there be one price like every other sane industry?
We do achieve this with a carefully calculated time-of-service discount that, behind the scenes, is actually a group of discounted service codes. When billing insurance, medical providers have to adhere to medical coding standards. It’s unfortunate, because it looks like you are getting nickel-and-dimed, but that’s just how the medical industry works, and no medical provider can stay in business without it. It’s really kind of backwards for everyone. Providers would like nothing more than to be able to have a single, fair price for each type of visit even if submitting to insurance, but they cannot get paid unless they find an applicable code that represents a component of the service.