What to Bring to the Appointment
  • Driver's license (or other photo ID)
  • Your insurance card
  • Physician referral forms if required by insurance
  • A list of current prescriptions and/or over-the-counter medications you are taking, including dose and frequency
  • Pertinent information about your medical and surgical history
  • Any recent x-rays or appropriate records you may have
  Patient Forms
  Insurance and Payment Information

Seattle Neurology, PS provides insurance billing. At the time of your initial visit, please bring your health insurance card so your insurance information can be entered into the electronic database correctly. According to your specific insurance plan, you may be required to make a co-payment at the time of your appointment. Seattle Neurology, PS uses an outside billing company who will then process your claim electronically. During the months following your appointment, you may receive copies of the explanations of benefits (EOBs) from your insurance company. These EOBs are sent to keep you informed about the progress of the billing process. You will eventually receive a statement from Seattle Neurology, PS, asking for the final sum that you are responsible to pay once your insurance company has paid their portion. This entire process can sometimes take 2-4 months.

Dr. Krane participates in almost all commercial insurance plans, most Medicare plans, few Affordable Care Act plans ('Obamacare') and some Medicaid plans. Insurance Plans.

The health insurance arena is extremely dynamic and therefore there are a number of plans entering and leaving each year. Therefore, prior to your initial visit, we recommend that you contact your insurance carrier to clarify if Dr. Krane is considered 'in-network' or 'out-of-network' as well as to establish the amount of your co-payment for a specialist and the amount of your annual deductible. Another resource could be the human resources department at your employer.


Use these pages to learn more about our practice, Dr. Krane, and our location in the First Hill neighborhood of Seattle. We hope you find these pages helpful and informative when making health care decisions. We also encourage you to explore www.seattleneurology.org where you can learn more about various neurological conditions and follow a monthly blog written by Dr. Krane.