SI-BONE is pleased to offer the following reimbursement support for its trained physicians:
- ICD-10 Physician Coding Guide
- ICD-10 Facility Coding Guide
- Reimbursement Guide for IntraOp Neuromonitoring
- ISASS Policy Statement: Minimally Invasive SI Joint Fusion - July 2016
- NASS Coverage Recommendations: Percutaneous SI Joint Fusion
- Insurance Support Request Form
- List of National Association of Insurance Commissioners
- iFuse Reimbursement Support Team
- Patient Insurance Authorization Workbook
ISASS (International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery) - see policy posting on their website
NASS (North American Spine Society) Recommendations: Percutaneous Sacroiliac Joint Fusion - see coverage recommendations on their website
List of Insurance Commissioners by state.
SI-BONE is available to assist in gaining patient coverage decisions from third party payors and assist with prior authorizations, precertifications, and appeals for the iFuse Implant System. Our goal is to help ensure that patients have access to medically necessary MIS SI joint fusions. The first step in the process to request assistance is the completion of this Intake Form. Download and complete the form, or fill out the online form.
Patient information to help understand the reimbursement process incuding prior authorization, appeals, explanation of terms, etc.
iFuse Field Reimbursement Team
SI-BONE has a fully-staffed, field-based team available to support your iFuse reimbursement needs. To speak with or schedule a visit with your regional reimbursement manager please call 1-800-710-8511 or email: PICS@si-bone.com
DISCLAIMER: The iFuse Implant System is intended for sacroiliac joint fusion for conditions including sacroiliac joint dysfunction that is a direct result of sacroiliac joint disruptions and degenerative sacroiliitis. As with all surgical procedures and permanent implants, there are risks and considerations associated with surgery and use of the iFuse Implant. Please review the iFuse Instructions For Use for a complete discussion of contraindications, warnings, precautions, and risks.