Patient Resources

Alaska Women’s Health in Anchorage offers inclusive health care for all women in our area. Create a patient account to take advantage of our services. All information stored here is encrypted to protect your privacy. After you create an account, you will receive an email from us that will activate it.

Please note that this system is not intended for medical emergencies.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please contact 911.

Our resources include the following:

  • Demographics Form/HIPPA Privacy Form
  • Health History Form
  • Patients’ Rights
  • Genetic Questionnaire (for prenatal patients only)
  • Urogynecology Questionnaire
  • Urogynecology Voiding Diary
  • Urogynecology Letter
  • Seattle Infertility History Form
  • Alaska Women’s Health Infertility History Form
  • Release of Medical Records from Alaska Women’s Health

Paying for Your Visit at Alaska Women’s Health

Our clinic works with most medical insurance companies and we strive to provide fast and accurate billing. Our process works best when you provide us with complete and current insurance information.

What We Need from You

We require that all patients complete our registration form before seeing an Alaska Women’s Health provider, which includes your current insurance information.

We ask that you notify us as soon as possible if your insurance information changes and familiarize yourself with your deductibles and copayments before you visit.

Payment Required at the Time of Service

We require payment at the time of your appointment, which usually just means your copayment or deductible. However, some procedures require full payment before being conducted. We accept cash, personal checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover Card, and debit cards.

Don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions or concerns over your bill.

Insurance Plans

Alaska Women’s Health works with the following insurance plans:

• AETNA
• Blue Cross Blue Shield
• Alaska Medicaid
• Medicare
• Tricare
• Multiplan
• VA
• and CIGNA

What You Need to Bring to Your Appointment

For us to provide the best care possible, please bring your insurance cards to every appointment. If you have a PPO, HMO, or another policy type, please call your insurance provider to ensure they will cover the services you receive at Alaska Women’s Health. All insurance policies, knowledge of the services that are covered, and payments are the responsibility of our patients.

Do You Have Billing or Insurance Questions?

Please contact our business office if you have any billing or insurance questions. If you’re unsure about your current status with an insurance carrier, you can contact them or ask for help from our staff.

Your Medical Records are Secure

We take the confidentiality of your medical records very seriously. Alaska Women’s Health will not release them in full or in part without your written consent. For questions about your medical records after becoming an Alaska Women’s Health patient, please contact our medical records department.

Read Our Reviews

“My visit was “perfect” from initial phone conversation to completion of visit and follow up contact! I was comfortable and impressed with Dr. Wang’s assistants and especially with the doctor on entry level, i.e. manner, knowledge, understanding explanations, answering my questions, recommendations, etc. I felt I was treated with dignity and respect by people who really care about me.”

 

“I really like Dr. Tania Hall. She explains everything so that you can understand it. She is very easy to talk to and she listens to what you have to say. I feel very comfortable with her.”

“Dr. Moses was incredibly kind, compassionate and knowledgeable about both my condition and what I am going through at this time. She took a long time with me and in order to understand my full history she answered all of my questions. Her nurse was also wonderful. I will highly recommend Dr. Moses and her team to anyone looking for an excellent gynecologist.”