Do You Accept Insurance?
My sessions and fees are not structured the way insurance companies structure them. My sessions are service based and not hourly based, and my sessions are typically longer in length than the 50-60 minute sessions outlined with insurance companies. There isn’t an insurance CPT code that represents my typical, initial Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) session. So, I would only be able to apply the CPT code for a 50-60 minute session. In short, it is unlikely to get reimbursement for my typical initial RRT session.
If you would still like to try to get insurance reimbursement, insurance is accommodated in the following way. I am an out-of-network provider. You need to contact your insurance company and ask if they reimburse for out-of-network providers. If so, ask how much they reimburse. You pay your full fee at the time of service. Through the client portal you can access your receipts, with CPT and diagnostic codes, for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. The rates of reimbursement depend on your insurance policy. You will need to meet your out-of-network deductible. It is your responsibility to contact your insurance company to find out the details of your policy. So, you pay at the time of service, you access and print your receipt, you file with your insurance company, and you get reimbursed directly by them.
For more information regarding Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) sessions and fees click here.
What If There Is Financial Hardship?
When there has been financial hardship or limited funds available due to timing, I have worked with clients to find a solution (i.e., payment arrangement, reduced fee, etc). I am happy to do what I can to help. I don’t want people to miss getting help. We will find a solution together. If you are in this situation, don’t hesitate to let me know. You will complete the short Financial Hardship form in the client portal. Payment solutions must be approved by me prior to your initial session.