Cannon EyeCare can assess your glaucoma risk if another clinic has dubbed you “Glaucoma Suspect”. Dr. Mark Cannon actively manages our patients who have been diagnosed with Glaucoma. Some are even referred on for surgery as needed.
Using Insurance? We strongly encourage you to verify your vision benefits ahead of your appointment. Check your benefits booklet for vision coverage or call your insurance company to ask about your vision benefits. You can also email us an image of the front and back of your card and we can look up your benefits in most cases. *Please be aware that insurance can be complex and final benefit determination is made by your insurance company when your claim is processed, so any information we relay to you is not a guarantee of benefits.
We are in-network with Premera, Lifewise, Regence, Medicare, HMA, RGA, and Kaiser Permanente’s PPO plans.
Is your vision coverage through the same company as your medical coverage? It is possible we are in network with your medical plan, but you have a separate vision plan and you may not even know it. We do not accept 3rd party vision plans such as VSP, Eyemed, and Davis Vision due to unreasonable contractual requirements. If you have vision coverage through a 3rd party, you can pay out of pocket for your eye exam and we will provide you with a claim form to self submit for partial reimbursement. If we are not billing your insurance, your out of pocket cost for a vision exam will be $195. Contact lens fittings are an additional $90-130 in most cases.