Fees and Billing

Fees

  • New patient (first visit - 1h): $365
  • Consultation for PCP or second opinion (90 - 120 minutes): $485
  • 25 min (medication management): $195
  • 50 min (medications + therapy): $280
  • 50 min (therapy only): $235

Insurances

I do not bill insurances directly, but most insurances reimburse patients for part or most of the visit, depending on your coverage. 


Even though I am out-of-network for insurances, in many cases the difference between my fees and the reimbursement from your insurance (paid directly to the you by them) is equivalent to what you would pay for a co-pay if you saw a psychiatrist who takes your insurance.


Please know your out-of-network insurance coverage before scheduling appointments. See the guide below. 



Billing

  • Payment is due at the time of service.
  • I accept cash, checks and credit cards.
  • You will be provided with a receipt with the necessary information to submit a reimbursement claim to your insurance.
  • More details in the FAQ.

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How to Get Reimbursed by your Insurance

Even though we don't bill insurances directly, most of our patients use their insurance.

What to ask your insurance: 


Depending on your policy, your insurance may reimburse you for part of the visit cost. Contact your insurance and ask about "Out-of-Network Coverage" for psychiatric services. Some of the questions to ask them: 


  • "What are my out-of-network benefits?"
  • "How much is my deductible?"
  • "After I meet my deductible, what percentage of the visit cost will I be reimbursed for?"
  • "Up to how much can I be reimbursed for: a diagnostic evaluation (code 90792); 25 minute follow-up medication management appointments (code 99214); 50 minute medication management (99215)or 50 minute therapy/medication management appointments (code 99214 + 90836; or code 99213 + 90836)?"
  • "Do I have a limit of how many visits I can have?"
  • "How do I submit a claim with the receipt my doctor gave me?"

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