QUESTIONS WE HEAR OFTEN

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QUESTIONS WE HEAR OFTEN

If your questions aren’t answered below, please reach out.

Frequently Asked Questions

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We currently serve everyone in California, Missouri and Florida

No. Everything is done virtually. We are set up to meet with and evaluate our patients via the tele-health platform. We use a HIPPA compliant video meeting room to assess patients. Through this media, we are able to conduct in-depth functional medicine consultations.

No. We want you to have “boots on the ground” for yearly in-person general physicals and in case the need should arise where you need an in-person exam for acute medical care.

We are not for emergencies. If emergencies arise, you will still have to call your primary care doctor, visit your nearest Urgent Care or Emergency Room.

We have a team designed to serve you. You initially work with a physician and depending on your needs we curate a team of health coaches, dietitians, and functional medicine practitioners to create a customized and comprehensive care plan.

No, we do not accept any insurance. Insurance companies generally cannot reimburse for an hour visit since most primary care models are based on 10-15 minute visits. If you are reading this, you need more then a 10 minute office visit. That being said, most FSA and HSA are accepted but this is based on your individual plan. You will receive a superbill at the end of each visit that you can send to your insurance for reimbursement as an out-of-network provider.

Yes, we order any labs that are medically needed for your complete care. This includes routine labs as well as specialty labs.

You initially work with a physician and depending on your needs we curate a team of health coaches, dietitians, and functional medicine practitioners to create a customized and comprehensive care plan.

The first visit is 60 minutes ($600), the second visit 30 minutes, ($300) most follow up visits are 15 minutes ($150)

Most FSA and HSA are accepted but this is based on your individual plan. You will receive a super bill at the end of each visit that you can submit to your insurance for possible reimbursement as an out-of-network provider.

Opting to have higher deductible insurance and therefore lower monthly insurance costs can afford you the option to spend money on integrative medical care outside of traditional medical practices

A Superbill is used by doctors to provide the information needed for creating claims that are submitted to your insurance

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