Frequently Asked Questions

Caregiver’s Telehealth does not accept insurance, but you can use your HSA or FSA dollars to pay for services. You can also use, credit and debit cards as well as Venmo.
As long as I have worked in healthcare, it has been my experience that many insurance companies present many barriers to care. Often patients and providers are not able to make decisions based on what is best for the patient, but rather, what they deem as best for the patient or within their formulary.
For most visits, prescriptions, and plans of care, I will be spending more time with you during a visit than most mainstream providers. I am not going to have a 7 or 10-minute visit. During the more extensive visit, I am able to identify issues and work with the patient to develop the best plan. For anything I am unable to diagnose or treat over a telehealth visit, I will refer to a local/in-person provider.
As a caregiver myself and a provider with experience of caring for people in the “real world” instead of only seeing them in a clinical setting, I have a unique perspective on the specific challenges and health issues of those who are caring for others.
Absolutely not! If you prefer to only use my services for urgent issues or medication refills or even questions, I am happy to help in any way that I can.

The initial intake paperwork that you complete will be reviewed by me. Then our initial visit will be scheduled for a 30 minutes block of time. If you do not need an entire hour, that is fine, but I don’t want my patients to feel rushed. Then we will discuss your goals and develop a plan together for your health concerns. If you are a member, your monthly follow-up visits will be 30 minutes per visit.

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