Insurance Plans Accepted at Lenza Eye Center

What is the Difference between a Vision Plan Exam and a Medical Plan Exam?

Vision Plan Exams are used to screen for eye conditions. Generally it is for patients without vision threatening eye problems, such as routine screening for glasses and contact lenses.

If you are experiencing eye pain, red eyes or sudden blurry vision then you will be seen as a medical visit. Medical screening for diabetics, and high blood pressure patients are also seen as medical exams.

Medical Eye Exams are for patients who are experiencing symptoms or who have systemic health conditions such as diabetes. These exams are more involved, requiring communication with your primary care doctor and / or subspecialists. Medical Eye Exams allow for multiple visits and diagnostic testing, but generally do not cover refractions for glasses or contact lens prescriptions.

Below is a partial list of the insurance plans that we accept. If you don’t see your plan listed below, please go ahead and give us a call at 503-833-2662.

Vision Plans:

  • VSP
  • Eye Med
  • Superior Vision Plan
  • Spectera (United Health)
  • Aetna Vision
  • Cigna Vision
  • Davis Vision
  • Bluecross Blueshield Vision Plan
  • FEP Blue Vision
  • Avesis Vision Plan
  • Northwest Benefits Network
  • Northwest Adminstrators Vision Plan
  • MESO Vision Plan
  • MES Vision Plan
  • MetLife Vision
  • Lifewise Vision Plan
  • Pacific Source Vision Plan
  • Aetna Vision Plan
  • Healthnet Vision Plan
  • UMR
  • Humana Vision Plan (pending)

Medical Plans:

  • Medicare
  • Bluecross Blueshield
  • United Healthcare
  • Providence Health Plans
  • Cigna / Great West
  • Pacific Source
  • First Choice Health Network
  • First Health
  • Coventry
  • Multiplan
  • Portland IPA
  • Lifewise
  • Peace Health
  • Regence
  • CareOregon
  • OHP Oregon Health Plan
  • Willamette Valley Community Health
  • Yamhill County Community Care
  • Tricare
  • Family Care