You could be a candidate for HFX if...
- You haven’t found relief with other treatment options like pain medication, injections, surgery, or a traditional spinal cord stimulator
- You have nerve-related chronic pain
- Your pain is in your back, trunk, legs, and/or arms
How much does HFX Cost?
Select your insurance type to learn more about cost and coverage for HFX.
• All major commercial insurance plans cover HFX
• This includes Aetna, Humana, United, Cigna, and Blue Cross Blue Shield
• Just like any medical procedure, you can expect to first meet your deductible for the year in addition to any copays or coinsurance fees defined by your unique plan
• Medicare and all Medicare Supplemental/Medicare Replacement insurances cover HFX
• While there is a coinsurance amount for Medicare, if you have Medicare Supplemental insurance, you can expect to pay even less
• Most states’ Medicaid policies and Managed Medicaid plans cover HFX (e.g. Marketplace/Health-Exchange plans)
• It’s important to check to see if your physician accepts this type of insurance
• HFX is available for veterans and active-duty military members or their families at select VA and military hospitals across the US
• Talk to your local VA provider to see if HFX is offered or if there are local community care physicians who offer HFX in your area
• HFX can be paid for out-of-pocket, and many physicians offer out-of-pocket discounts for people who don’t have insurance
• For the most accurate answer, it’s best to ask the physician you’re working with to determine what your out-of-pocket costs will be
You have support from the HFX Access Team
You have a dedicated team of insurance specialists called the HFX Access Team who will provide support throughout the complete insurance approval and coverage process.
This team takes the time to fully understand your specific situation and is committed to improving your access to the chronic pain treatments you need.