ACCEPTED FORMS OF PAYMENT
Insurance (See below)
Self-Pay: Cash, Check, Debit/Credit Card, Health Savings Account
Cigna (only when the card has a "Midlands Choice" logo on it)
Elite Choice/Mid-American Benefits
NX Health, NX Health Costco
UMR (only when the card has "Nebraska Medicine" on it... unfortunately, not "University of Nebraska")
2023 Marketplace Plans I will be in-network with:
Nebraska Heartland Blue (BCBS), PSBC (Premier Select BlueChoice) Plans
*2023 Marketplace Plans I will not be in-network with:
Nebraska Heartland Blue (BCBS), BP (BluePrint) Plans
Dr. Emily is not an EAP provider (Employee Assistance Program). Instead, clients will need to either use their regular health insurance benefits or self-pay. Clients can verify insurance benefits, including whether Dr. Emily Campbell is in-network, by calling the number on the back of their insurance card.
Before your first appointment, we recommend that you ask your insurance these questions:
Important Note on Couples Counseling
For couples counseling, it is important to note that not all plans cover this service. For instance, some BlueCross BlueShield plans cover it and some do not. I would suggest calling the number on the back of your insurance card and asking them directly, concerning your specific plan (they tell you more about your covered services than they would tell me). If you have called them and believe your insurance plan will cover this service, then I will bill them for you. If they do not cover it or you would prefer not to use insurance, then we can discuss your self-pay options.
In my practice, I try to avoid what often feels like a conflict of interest by seeing people individually whom I am also treating within a couple.
Occasionally, when I am acting as a couples therapist the couple decides they are done with that form of intervention and the woman asks to see me individually. I will occasionally move from couples therapy to individual therapy in these cases (provided we understand I will not return to being the couples therapist at that point). If, however, one of my individual clients would like to start couples therapy, I will offer suggestions of other providers in the community. So, in summary, I will sometimes move from couples to individual, but I do not transition from individual work to couples.
In order to best serve all of my clients, I ask that you give me or my office a 24-hour advance notice of any cancellations. This allows me to offer the time slot to another client who may be in need of it.
After the second late-cancel (less than 24-hrs notice) or no-show, clients will be assessed a fee and this fee cannot be billed to insurance. The fee is minimal at first, and increases with the frequency of late-cancels/no-shows.
You may notify me or my office of a cancellation by calling (402-885-5090) or emailing (firstname.lastname@example.org).
After the pandemic hit our country in 2020, I began to offer the option of telehealth services to clients if they preferred it. A telehealth session is a video conferencing session where the client connects to their provider via a specific (secure) website using their personal computer, smart phone, or tablet. I can only offer this to clients who will be physically in Nebraska upon using the virtual platform as my license to practice is in the state of Nebraska.
As the months and years progress since the pandemic hit, insurance companies have varied in their response to providing telehealth benefits indefinitely. Feel free to ask me what I am aware of concerning your specific insurance carrier and their telehealth benefits, but I would also encourage you to call them and verify what your mental health telehealth benefits are (i.e., can you see just any in-network provider, or can you only utilize their third-party telehealth companies, such as Teladoc or Amwell [that I do not participate in]).