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Currently, Vytal Health does not accept insurance as a form of payment.
We believe it is important to work for our patients, not for their insurance companies. That’s why we do no accept insurance and are able to provide the level of care that our patients want. Many of our patients choose to pay for their care using HSA/FSA dollars.
We will however, work to find ways to utilize your insurance when we can for things like labs, ultrasounds, prescriptions, and referrals.
With telemedicine on the rise, some individuals are finding coverage for telemedicine services and we are happy to provide you a superbill (paperwork to submit to your insurance) to file a claim.
Currently, Vytal Health is able to treat in a total of 33 states. The states we are not able to treat in include: AZ, CA, CO, CT, HI, ID, KS, ME, MD, MA, NH, NM, ND, PA, RI, UT, VT. This doesn’t mean that we can’t work together in the future.
Click here to be notified when we have a provider who can treat in your state. We’d love to work with you as we grow!
Vytal Health physicians are not able to see patients covered by Medicare, Medicaid or other government medical payment programs. Medicare requires us to bill them directly for your care at Vytal Health, and we do not have the ability to perform that billing function.
All our consultations are done over video visits (much like FaceTime or Skype). We respect your time. There is no need for you to drive long distances, interact with multiple clinic staff, and sit in a crowded waiting room.
The most important skill that functional medicine physicians have to uncover the underlying root causes of your health problem is their ability to listen, and this can be conveniently completed via video visits.
In order to keep our price for care as low as possible, we forgo those crowded waiting rooms and multiple staff.
And another perk of video visits is that you get living-room access to experts from across the country who have years of experience helping people, just like you, regain their energy, improve their sleep, get rid of their brain fog, lose weight, and feel healthy! If your physician believes you need to be seen in person for an exam, they will help you arrange for this form of care.
We understand this is a new way to experience health care for many people and we want you to feel confident this is the right option for you.
If you don’t love your initial consultation, we’ll refund it 100%.
After your initial consultation, you can decide whether you want to proceed with a membership. If you decide to join, we’ll help you pick the best plan for your needs
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We know that not all quizzes are perfect and you might still be a match. Book a call to chat and learn more.
Finding the right match for you can be an difficult process. That’s why we want to help you find a doctor that is like us but meets your needs more appropriately. Check out the resources below or feel free to give us a call at 855-998-4900. We are happy to help!
The Institute for Functional Medicine is a great online resource to find a doctor that is like-minded to our approach. You can provide your zip code to find a physician near you who you may be able to see in person.
A4m is another amazing resource for finding the right doctor for you. Click on their resources tab on their website to find a physician near you.
The Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine is internationally recognized for its innovative educational programs, evidence-based clinical practice, and research that substantiates the field of integrative medicine and influences public policy.
Since its creation in 1994, the Center’s vision of making integrative care available to all is being realized worldwide. Graduates of our programs are now guiding more than 8 million patients to take a greater role in their health and healing. Explore our site to learn more!
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