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Capital City Paincare is contracted with the following insurance carriers:
Medicare Advantage Plans: Medical Mutual, Aetna, UHC (certain plans)
Anthem and out of state Blue Cross/Blue Shields
United Health Care
Medical Mutual of Ohio
Chandler Group/Direct Care America/Interplan Health/Emerald Health
Aetna Trinity/Mount Carmel Health Partners
Private Healthcare Systems
Ohio Bureau of Workman’s Compensation
Capital City Paincare is a provider for Ohio BWC. Please note that C9 approval is required for every office visit or injection.
If you are active duty military personnel, Tricare requires a prior authorization to be submitted by your primary care physician for every office visit and injection.
Insurance Plan Not Listed?
You may also check with your insurer to see if the doctor participates in your specific plan. Your insurer may identify Dr. Blake as a provider under her name or they may identify her under the company name, Capital City Paincare or under the Federal Tax ID, 27-3863822 or NPI number, 1740584176.
Personal Injury Patients
All personal injury or motor vehicle accident patients require a letter of protection from their attorney. Consultation will not be scheduled until this is received. Capital City Paincare does not bill government or commercial insurance for medical bills resulting from personal injury with pending litigation. Please discuss this with your attorney prior to scheduling.
Self Pay/Cash Patients
Capital City Paincare does accept self pay patients and offers a cash discount. We offer evaluation and management and injections at a deeply discounted price. If you lose your insurance, we will continue to provide your medical care. Our goal is to get you back on your feet and back to work.
If you are a new patient and are looking to pay cash for narcotic management, we are not that practice. Please check www.suboxone.com for Suboxone practices accepting new patients.
Capital City Pain Care is not contracted with Ohio Medicaid or any managed Medicaid plans. We also do not accept Medicaid as a secondary insurance.