Comprehensive Eye Care, Ophthalmologists & Optometrists
Offices in Kokomo, Westfield, Peru and Logansport, Indiana
Welcome to Eye Physicians Inc.. Call us toll free at (800) 368-7614
Looking for an eye doctor near central Indiana? Our ophthalmologists specialize in the surgical and medical treatment of eye disease, as well as general eye care. They are board certified specialists of the American Board of Ophthalmology and are members of numerous professional societies. Our ophthalmologists are ophthalmic surgeons who use the most advanced techniques available in performing both cataract and other specialized ocular surgery.
Eye Physicians, Inc. are noted top doctors whose skill and expertise are routinely called upon to assist those in need of solutions to their vision problems. Laser vision correction, treatments for cataracts, glaucoma and other eye diseases, and cosmetic and reconstructive eye surgery are just a few of our specialties. For more information about how we can help with all of your eye care needs, contact us today!
Joining our Board Certified Ophthamologists in providing outstanding eye care to North Central Indiana is Courtney N. Kassenbrock, O.D. Dr. Kassenbrock will be seeing patients in the Westfield location called, Indy Eye Physicians. Dr. Kassenbrock joined Eye Physicians Inc. as of May 20th, 2019. She is accepting new patients.
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We are open Monday through Friday. Appointments may be scheduled through our main office at
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Michael R. Wild, M.D. | Robert B. Dinn, M.D. | Shaun F. Swindler, M.D. | Kelsey B. Schlegelmilch, O.D.
Board Certified Ophthalmologists | Eye Physicians Inc.
GOOD FAITH ESTIMATE (House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1447)
Good faith health care estimates. Revises the definition of "practitioner" in the laws concerning good faith estimates of costs for health care services. Postpones, from July 1, 2021, to January 1, 2022, the effective date of the requirement that a practitioner provide a good faith estimate of the amount the practitioner intends to charge for a health care service. Requires that the communication by a provider facility and a practitioner to a patient about the patient's right to request a good faith estimate be conspicuous and be provided by at least three of eight specified potential means. Provides that the written notice that a practitioner provides to an individual about a scheduled or ordered nonemergency health care service must state that a good faith estimate of cost need not be provided if the service is scheduled to be performed within five business days of the date of the patient's request. Provides that certain written statements must be in "conspicuous" type instead of in type at least as large as 14 point type. Requires a practitioner or facility to provide a written explanation if the charge for a health care service exceeds the practitioner's or facility's good faith estimate by the greater of: (1) $100; or (2) 5%. Revises the content of the written statement that an out of network practitioner providing health care services at an in network facility must give to a covered individual in order to be reimbursed more for the health care services than allowed according to the rate established by the covered individual's network plan. Provides that a practitioner can comply with the requirement to provide a good faith estimate of the amount that the practitioner intends to charge a covered individual by complying with the requirements of the new federal No Surprises Act (Act). Provides that a health carrier may satisfy certain requirements concerning good faith estimates by complying with the Act.