Naturopathy Insurance Policies | Dr. Anderson Natural Medicine

Insurance Payment Policies

Insurance and Payment Policies

How Are Fees Handled at Anderson Natural Medicine?

When it comes to paying for treatment at Anderson Natural Medicine, every patient has a unique circumstance. Some patients have insurance that might cover their testing and care, while others may have to pay out of pocket. The variables that determine this include the nature of the condition, the insurance provider, and the state in which the patient lives, among other things. Dr. Nicole Anderson believes in being upfront about what to expect when it comes to insurance and payment policies. Read the questions and answers here to get a better understanding of fees and payments—and don’t hesitate to contact the office directly for clarification.

What Fees Can I Expect?

The cost of a naturopathic office visit for evaluation and management typically ranges between $120 and $300, depending on the time spent, number and severity of conditions. Medical procedures and lab tests, if necessary, may have additional fees associated with them and may or may not be covered by insurance. Fees for prolonged or extended office visit fees may apply.

Do You Accept Insurance?

Dr. Anderson is considered an in-network provider with Regence, Premera, Lifewise, First Choice Health insurance companies, as well as Washington L&I. If you have a different insurance company and have naturopathic medical coverage, you can pay for your visit and submit a claim for reimbursement from your insurance company. Because your insurance policy is an agreement between you and your insurance carrier, and because benefits vary greatly even within the same company, you are strongly encouraged to contact your insurance company regarding your benefits.

Can I Use My Health Savings Account (HSA) to Pay for My Visit?

Yes! Most HSAs will have a credit card that you may use to pay for your office visit and, in most cases, any supplements that you purchase if they are prescribed.

What Payments Do You Accept?

Our office accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and personal checks from established patients. We also accept cash. Co-insurance amounts and co-payments are due at the time of service in the office.

Does Medicare Pay for Naturopathic Visits?

Unfortunately, Medicare does not cover naturopathic visits.