Widespread Insurance Coverage for NeuroStar TMS Therapy®

Over 130 million patients have insurance policies that cover NeuroStar TMS Therapy through their health plans.4

Due to its innovative treatment and proven efficacy, NeuroStar TMS Therapy may be covered by your insurance health plan. Many insurance companies have established medical coverage policies for NeuroStar TMS Therapy. Please refer to this page and check back often as coverage may change and additional plans may be added.

COMMERCIAL PLANS

Below is a list of the insurance companies and applicable States that cover TMS if a patient meets the necessary requirements. Not all coverage policies or Behavioral Health Carve-Out Plan’s Treatment Guidelines for TMS Therapy can be listed. For more information, please contact NeuroStar Reimbursement Support (NRS) at 1-877-622-2867 or reimbursementsupport@neuronetics.com.

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield

  • Covers California, Georgia, Nevada, Colorado, Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, New Hampshire, Ohio, Virginia, Wisconsin, New York
  • Policy Number: #BEH.00002

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama

  • Covers Alabama
  • Policy Number: #170

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona

  • Covers Arizona
  • Policy Number: #N/A

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Hawaii (HMSA – Hawaii Medical Services Association)

  • Covers the Hawaiian Islands
  • Policy Number: MM.12.015

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

  • Covers Massachusetts
  • Policy Number: #297

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network of Michigan

  • Covers Michigan
  • Policy Number: #N/A

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska

  • Covers Nebraska
  • Policy Number: #IV.67 (Within the Medical Policy Manual)

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island

  • Covers Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New Hampshire
  • Policy Number: N/A

Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program

  • Covers Federal Employees
  • Policy Number: #2.01.50

Blue Cross of Idaho

  • Covers Idaho
  • Policy Number: #2.01.50

Blue Shield of California

  • Covers California
  • Policy Number: N/A

Emblem Health

  • Covers New York, Connecticut and New Jersey
  • Policy Number: # MG.MM.ME.43v3

Harvard Pilgrim

  • Covers Massachusetts
  • Policy Number: #N/A

Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) for BCBS of Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas

Health Net

  • Covers California, Arizona, Washington, Oregon, Connecticut
  • Policy Number: #NMP 508

Health New England

  • Covers Central and Western Massachusetts
  • Policy Number: N/A

Independence Blue Cross

  • Covers Pennsylvania
  • Policy Number: #07.03.22

MVP Healthcare

  • Covers New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont
  • Policy Number: #7.102

Optima Behavioral Health

  • Covers Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington D.C.
  • Policy Number: N/A
  • Please contact Optima Behavioral Health directly for a copy of the medical policy.

Premera Blue Cross

  • Covers Washington and Alaska
  • Policy Number: #2.01.526

Priority Health

  • Covers Michigan and Other States
  • Policy Number: #91563-R1

Tufts Health Plan

  • Covers Massachusetts
  • Policy Number: #2113347

MEDICARE PLANS

(Please Note: Most states have the same LCD#, but are listed separately by state.)

Cahaba

First Coast Service Options, Inc.

NGS (National Government Services)

Novitas

Palmetto GBA

Neuronetics is committed to assisting you and your physician in pursuing insurance coverage:

  • NeuroStar Reimbursement Support (NRS) offers several services to assist you.
  • Our Health Policy Team works with physician advocates and insurance companies to obtain coverage and medical policies.

Please Note: All reimbursement information provided by Neuronetics is for general guidance only. It does not represent a statement, promise, or guarantee by Neuronetics concerning levels of reimbursement, payment, or charge, if any. Coverage and payment for NeuroStar TMS Therapy is based on various factors, including but not limited to, medical necessity, the patient’s specific benefits plan, and individual insurance company’s policies and guidelines. It is the responsibility of the physician and the patient to be knowledgeable of the applicable guidelines.