Short Answer: America’s Best is an out-of-network provider for VSP vision insurance. That means America’s Best accepts VSP insurance, but, in order to use your VSP insurance at America’s Best, you’ll first need to verify that you have out-of-network coverage. If you do have out-of-network coverage with VSP, America’s Best will provide a receipt which you can submit to VSP for reimbursement after purchasing your contacts or glasses. For more details, see below.
What Insurance Is Accepted at America’s Best? VSP? Others?
America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses is an out-of-network provider for VSP vision insurance. We contacted America’s Best locations in Arizona, Florida, Missouri, New York, and Washington to find out if America’s Best takes VSP. All of the locations we contacted confirmed that America’s Best is an out-of-network provider for VSP.
In order to use VSP vision insurance at America’s Best, you’ll first need to verify with VSP that you have out-of-network coverage. You’ll also want to inquire about any out-of-network deductible and co-pay amounts, as these vary by plan. VSP’s member services department can be reached by calling (800) 877-7195.
If you have out-of-network coverage through VSP, you will need to pay America’s Best for your exam and contacts or glasses. You will then send an out-of-network claim form and receipt to VSP for reimbursement. America’s Best provides receipts for out-of-network purchases both in-person and online, which you can submit to your insurance provider to prove the amount paid. VSP allows out-of-network claims within 12 months of the date of service.
Keep in mind, if you have VSP, you may want to search for an in-network provider instead. You typically have more coverage with in-network providers.
Wondering if America’s Best takes Medicaid? See our article for details. Other national vision insurance plans that are accepted at America’s Best include:
- Community Eye Care
- Davis Vision
- Heritage Vision Plans
- National Vision Administrators (NVA)
- Superior Vision