The following list provides a range for different types of evaluations. Please note that the final cost of an evaluation depends on: 1) Rates for the evaluator, and 2) time spent to complete the evaluation (to include face-to-face time with examinee, time to review records, score and interpret results, write the report, and provide a feedback session), which varies based on complexity of the referral question.
Hourly rates for clinical evaluations are $250 for board-certified neuropsychologists and $200 for psychologists.
Neuropsychological evaluations conducted at the request of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) follow standardized and comprehensive protocols. The following rates include the evaluation from start-to-finish, and includes review of up to 100 page of records.
These rates are based on the FAA specifications as of 07/27/21. Please note that if there are updates to the specifications, pricing may change.
Forensic cases require the evaluator and retaining attorney (or IME company) to enter into an agreement. We do not work on liens. For a CV and fee schedule/agreement for forensic evaluations, please contact the evaluator directly. You may click on the evaluator’s name to send an e-mail.
Some of our psychologists are credentialed with Medicare, Tricare, Anthem, Cigna, and Aetna. Some of them also accept Workers’ Compensation insurance. Our Workers’ Compensation MPN list can be found here.
Pre-authorization is always needed for neuropsychological or psychological evaluations. For those, an order from a referring doctor may be needed. Some types of evaluations may not be considered “medically necessary” by insurance companies and would not be covered. Our biller can assist in verifying benefits and coverage for the services you are seeking.
If the provider you choose is not within network, our administrative staff can provide you with a superbill with all the information needed for you to attempt to gain reimbursement from your insurance company after paying for services out-of-pocket.