Does my insurance cover nutrition counseling?
If we are in-network with your health insurance carrier, we will work with the insurance company to ensure coverage. Occasionally, insurance companies will deny payment — if that is the case, we will not charge you for any sessions that have already occurred. We will reach out to you personally to determine payment options for future sessions if you wish to continue working with your dietitian.
94% of patients pay $0 out of pocket.
However in rare cases, there are costs associated with using insurance (co-pays, coinsurance, deductibles). In these cases, you will be responsible for those fees.
Regardless of coverage, we require a credit card to be kept on file to enforce our no-show policy. However, you will never be charged without advanced notice.
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Note: Rates increase for family work and for longer sessions.
We provide private-pay services to those patients with out-of-network insurance. If you're interested in this service, please get in touch and tell us about yourself so we can provide you with the most accurate information.
If you are out-of-network, we can offer you a superbill that you can submit to your insurance in hopes of getting reimbursed. It is your responsibility to inquire with your insurance company regarding these benefits and submit superbills (we can provide you with instructions when you schedule). The session fee must be paid at the time of service.
You can pay check or card. A card is required to be on file. We don’t offer a traditional “sliding scale” but we do keep several spots available for those who need help financially. Contact us to receive more information.
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Frequently asked questions
We currently work with Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, United Healthcare, Aetna, and Humana. We do not accept Medicaid at this time. Please reach out if you'd like us to add coverage for another network!
Depending on your insurance, your visit may be fully covered by your insurance company — 94% of Nourish patients pay nothing at all! Use our insurance coverage calculator to verify your coverage and learn more about how we work with your insurance company.
We also offer private pay services if your insurance does not cover sessions for $145 per session. We don’t offer a traditional “sliding scale” but we do keep a couple of spots available for those who need help financially. Fill out our form or contact us today at email@example.com if you have any other questions.
Yes! We accept Medicare. However, Medicare will only cover nutrition therapy if you have a diagnosis of diabetes or chronic kidney disease. Unfortunately, any other conditions (including pre-diabetes) are not covered by Medicare.
No! The vast majority of our patients have sessions fully covered by insurance, at $0 out of pocket cost to them. There are no other hidden or surprise fees with Nourish.
Yes! You are welcome to pay using HSA or FSA funds.
Please let our team know right away so that we can update the information in your file and verify your new coverage.
We require a credit card to be kept on file for all clients primarily to enforce our no-show fee, which is billed at the same rate as a cash pay session ($145). You will only be responsible for a no-show fee if you fail to show up to your appointment or cancel it within 24 hours of the appointment start time.
If we are in-network with your insurance provider, we will work hard to ensure coverage for your services. A small percentage of our clients incur some out-of-pocket costs from their insurance, such as copayments or deductibles. In those instances, you will be responsible for those fees. However, we will not charge you without advanced notice, and will work with you and the insurance provider to minimize costs when possible.
Please feel free to reach out with any additional questions.