Thank you for choosing Revive Family Medicine. We strive to provide the best care possible at an affordable price. A direct care model is making healthcare accessible and affordable once again.
We believe that price transparency is important. We offer flexible options to help provide affordable care. For many, the best option is our monthly membership. (click here for more information). Others may wish to see us on a fee-for-service basis.
Below are some of the most often used services. It is not a complete list. We offer substantial discounts for those in financial need. Please read our Financial Policy for more details. Email our office@ReviveFamilyMedicinecom if you have any questions.
We accept cash, checks, and most major debit and credit cards. Payment in full is due at time of service. We can provide you with a superbill that you can submit to your insurance company. We cannot guarantee that our services are covered by your plan. Check with your insurance provided before your appointment.
* 30 minutes for a single, acute condition... 60 to 90 minutes for multiple problems or chronic conditions... Why 60 minutes? We are treating a whole person, not a disease. Getting to know you takes more time then it takes to get to know your disease. We already know most of that based on a diagnoses. We work together to get to the root of the problem and remove barriers to implementing a treatment plan. ** Applies to physician services only -- discount does not apply to tests, procedures, supplies, or materials used. *** Applies to physician services only -- discount does not apply to tests, procedures, supplies, or materials used). 20% discount on minor surgical procedures. See Financial Policy for qualifying details. + For every 15 minutes over 1 hour is $50.
We do not directly bill insurance. This allows us to provide affordable care. It also allows us to spend the necessary time to address your health needs.
"Does insurance cover your services?"
Yes, or, it depends. It does not cover your membership fee. However, many insurance providers in Washington state cover services offered by Naturopathic physicians. Check with your insurance to see if they Naturopaths that are "out-of-network" provider. We can provide you with a "superbill" (detailed invoice) that you can submit to your insurance for possible reimbursement. The amount of reimbursement, if any, varies between providers and plans.
Check with your insurance provider before your appointment to see if, or how much of, our services are covered. And inquire if you need a referral before your appointment.
"In-network" coverage: We have decided to not contract with insurance providers. Instead, we offer a membership for a low monthly fee and competitive self-pay options.
Please check with your insurance provider to insure our services (naturopathic care) are covered. With all the different policies and plans we cannot guarantee our services are covered by you insurance plan. Payment in full is due at time of service. We cannot predict or guarantee the amount, or if, you will be reimbursed.
In some cases Naturopathic providers are considered specialist providers and may require a higher copay or a referral from your primary care. Some employer’s health insurance plans are based in another state. These plans may not have coverage for naturopathic providers. In all cases: check with your insurance company before your visit.
Currently federal insurance (medicare, tricare (military), and the veteran administration) do not cover naturopathic primary or adjunctive care. We offer affordable membership plans and self-pay discounts for these groups--see self-pay above.
Important questions to ask your insurance provider before your appointment:
Do I have Naturopathic coverage? If so, am I limited to a number of visits or dollar amount per calendar year? Do I need a referral?
Do I have coverage for Physiotherapies (Physical Therapies)? Do I need Pre Authorization for therapies prescribed by my Naturopath?
What is my deductible?
What is my Co-Insurance or Co Pay?
If it is a Telemedicine visit: Do I have Telemedicine coverage. If so, are there any limitations?