man taking contact lens exam at VisionQuest Eyecare in Greenwood and Fishers, Indiana

Our team at VisionQuest Eyecare wants to see what you see — and make it as accessible and affordable as possible. That’s why we’re proud to accept a wide range of insurance plans and financing options to cover and pay for your eye care and eyewear.

Vision Insurance & Health Insurance at VisionQuest Eyecare

Vision Insurance &
Health Insurance

Vision and health insurances can cover different aspects of your eye health care, and we’re proud to accept both at VisionQuest Eyecare. We’re happy to accept health insurance to cover or reduce your out-of-pocket costs on a variety of medical treatments and services, and vision insurance is used to discount, set the price, or wave fees on some preventative and routine services and eyewear, like eyeglasses and contact lenses. We accept vision insurance plans from VSP®, EyeMed, Spectera, and TRICARE and all major health insurance carriers, though we unfortunately cannot accept Medicaid or health maintenance organization plans at this time.

Insurance We Accept

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Financing options

Financing is an easy way to get the eye care you need now while covering the cost over time in installments. We’re proud to offer financing from multiple providers to make it even more convenient to get the vision your lifestyle requires.
VisionQuest Eyecare Accepts CareCredit® Financing


We also accept CareCredit®, which works like a credit card and allows you to pay for approved medical expenses in monthly installments. CareCredit® is a flexible payment option, and even better, it’s completely free and has no impact on your credit score for applying!
VisionQuest Eyecare uses the InstaMed Patient Portal


VisionQuest Eyecare uses the InstaMed Patient Portal, an easy and secure tool that you can use to pay your bill over time.

HSAs and FSAs: Use It or Lose It!

Health savings accounts (HSA) and flex spending accounts (FSA) are benefits sometimes provided by your employer that allow you to use pre-tax money to cover qualified medical expenses. HSAs and FSAs operate similarly, with one crucial difference: FSA funds generally expire at the end of the year, so if you don’t use them, you lose the funds. If you’re using an FSA, be sure to schedule your annual eye exam before your benefits expire and ask our team to help identify other areas where your account can help you save!
HSAs and FSAs at VisionQuest Eyecare