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Payment and Insurance

Paying your bill is easy

Welcome to our online bill payment system. Through this service, you’ll be able to:

  • View your current balance
  • Make online payments 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Pay securely from your laptop or mobile device
  • Save time and money on checks and stamps
  • Live chat with our Customer Service team for billing support

How it works

  1. View statement and payment options
    You’ll have the option to pay your total balance or setup a payment plan, as well as view your statement details or chat with one of our team members if you need help.
  2. Make payment
    When you’re ready to make a payment, you can do so using secure payment methods such as credit/debit card, Apple Pay or send in a check.
Please note, you will be leaving WaverlyHematologyOncology.com and will be redirected to pay.AONcology.com.

For questions, please contact our Customer Service team at 855-963-2100, Option 1 or contact your local Financial Counselor.

Make a Payment Online

Waverly Hematology Oncology provides services to a broad region and is “in network” to a variety of insurance plans including Traditional Medicare, many Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicaid, BCBS of NC and its many subplans including the State Health Plan, Aetna, TriCare Standard, Cigna, United Healthcare, and many more. Waverly Hematology Oncology is a fee-for-service clinic. Payment is expected at the time of service.

Going through cancer treatment is stressful enough without having to worry about the cost of your care and how you will pay for it. Unfortunately, while insurance usually pays a large portion of the cost of your treatment at Waverly Hematology Oncology, it rarely pays for all of it.

Just as good communication with us is important in managing your side effects from treatment, it is also essential in managing your account with us. Waverly Hematology Oncology is a small practice with limited resources. Nonetheless, we will do our best to help you find assistance for managing the cost of your care.

Medications will account for much of the cost of your care. Some cancer drugs are very expensive. You may also need some medications to help you cope with the effects of treatment that are also quite expensive. Your insurance may cover all of the cost of your medication. It is possible, however, that some of the cost of your medications will be your responsibility through copayments and coinsurance (that is, a percentage of your total bill that your insurance plan requires you to pay).

Private foundations exist to help people going through cancer treatment pay for some of the costs of their care. We will help you find programs for which you may be qualified. We will also be glad to help you with applications for these programs.

Patient Assistance Foundations