Welcome to DMC Patient Billing Services. Billing for medical services typically involves three parties: the patient who received a medical service, the patient’s insurance carrier and DMC Primary Care. DMC submits claims to your insurance carrier on your behalf; however, it is important to note that your medical insurance is a contract between you and your insurance company. Amounts not covered by insurance, such as deductibles, co-payments or denied charges, are billed to the patient.

If you have questions about DMC billing or about a bill you may have received, we are here to help. Please view the “Ways to Pay” and “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) below. If you still have questions or wish to update your insurance information, please fill out the form below or call us at 603-537-1300 and press “5” to be connected to our billing department.

Ways to Pay

DMC patients can pay their bills via the three ways outlined below. If you would like to set up a budget plan, please use option one only (call the office).

  1. Call our business office at 603-537-1300, then press 5.
  2. Pay online through the Patient Health Portal (free account sign-up required).
  3. Pay online through the secure Pay My Doctor platform (Patient Health Portal account not required).

Billing FAQs

A: If your insurance has changed, you can:

  • Send an email to info@dmcbilling.com with your new information.
  • Call our billing department directly at 603-537-1315.
  • Fill out the form below and submit to our billing team.

A: Yes. DMC Primary Care offers budget plans. Please call 603-537-3025 to set up payment arrangements.

A: Coverage varies greatly by insurance carrier and plan. You should familiarize yourself with the terms of your insurance coverage. Please contact your insurance carrier directly at the phone number listed on your card for help with coverage questions or visit their website.

A: One or more of the following may apply:

  • The service you received was not covered under your plan.
  • Your chosen PCP is not a DMC Primary Care Provider.
  • DMC is not contracted with your insurance company.
  • You were not covered by your plan at time of service.
  • You have not provided DMC Primary Care with your correct insurance information for your dates of care.
  • Your insurance carrier has not received or processed the claim yet.

A: DMC will process and send a bill to a patient after payment is received from the insurance carrier and it is confirmed the balance is owed by the patient. The timeline for this process varies by insurance carrier.

A: Any specific questions regarding your insurance coverage should be directed to your insurance carrier. You can usually find their phone number on the back of your insurance card. In most cases, you can also visit your insurance carrier’s website for detailed information on your plan.

A: To ensure prompt payment of your insurance claim, please be sure to provide DMC with your most up-to-date insurance information. Always bring your insurance card with you to medical appointments so that your healthcare providers have your current insurance information.

DMC Billing Department Request Form

Thank you for reaching out to DMC. Please use this form to submit billing questions and issues as well as to update your insurance information. Once your request has been received, a DMC billing department representative will answer your question by email or by telephone in 24 – 48 hours.