WE HAVE FINANCING OPTIONS To Fit Your Budget
DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR VETERANS, FIRST RESPONDERS, and PATIENT REFERRALS
The quickest and easiest way to pay for procedures and treatments not covered by your insurance.
6 or 14 months interest free financing and competitive interest rates.
No prepayment penalties
No punitive late fees
Unmatched customer service
Direct Pay Model of Care
All services at Revitalizing Infusion Therapies utilize a direct-pay model. This means our patients should expect to pay for the services they receive in advance or at the time the care is provided. Credit/debit cards, cashier’s checks, cash are accepted for payments. We will accept checks from established clients. We also have multiple no/low-cost financing options available (see the section below). In addition, if you have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA), the funds in either of these types of accounts can be used to pay for your treatment plan.
While we understand the practices of this office may not fit every person’s needs, we believe this model of care has some decided advantages for our patients:
Price transparency – Patients know exactly what they can expect to pay, truly allowing them to weigh the benefits of therapy.
No waiting for insurance approval – There is no waiting for an insurance company to evaluate whether or not they will pay for the service. This means our patients can begin treatment and start healing sooner. It also means our clinical staff spend more time devoted to patient care, not on the phone with insurance companies.
Complete patient privacy – Because of our direct pay system, each patient’s medical treatment information stays private. We never need to send it to an insurance third party.
Our services are generally not covered by Medicare. However, Medicare-eligible patients can receive the benefit of treatment at Revitalizing Infusion Therapies IF:
The patient voluntarily agrees to a private pay contract. This contract states that the patient will not submit medical charges to Medicare for reimbursement.
The patient must review and sign the contract prior to scheduling the initial treatment.