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Fees, Forms, and Tips for New Patients

 


Thank you for your interest in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. You’ll find many answers to your questions on this website including how to make an appointment.

We’re taking extra precautions to keep our patients and community safe in the wake of the pandemic. This includes disinfecting contact surfaces before and after patient treatments. Hand sanitizers will be available at the entrance. 

Patients must keep face masks on throughout their visit. We strongly urge patients wear N-95 or KN-95 grade masks, not cloth or paper ones. Click this link on “How to Find a Quality Mask (and Avoid Counterfeits). 

Please don’t make an appointment if you have any signs of a respiratory infection, cough, cold, flu, shortness of breath, or fever. If you’ve been exposed to someone with Covid, click this link and follow the CDC guidelines for self-isolation.

PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE PAGE BEFORE MAKING AN APPOINTMENT!  

 

Fees

An initial visit that includes consultation/evaluation and acupuncture treatment costs $210. Consultation only costs $80. We also have a prepaid discount plan for patient’s without insurance coverage for acupuncture. Click this link for details.

Get Well & Do Right!

Each year I donate over 10% of my Clinic profits to charities that benefit veterans injured in combat serving our country.  I’m a provider for the Veterans Community Care Program.

Health Insurance

Dr. Lee is in-network with and accepts Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Care First, Federal BCBS, Cigna and United Health Care. Medicare and Medicare Supplemental don”t cover Licensed Acupuncturists. Does having insurance coverage affect your decision to get acupuncture?  If so, please don’t make an appointment until you call your company and ask the following: (1) Does the policy have an acupuncture benefit? If yes, is there a deductible? (2) Has the deductible been met? If not, how much remains to be paid? Is there a yearly maximum on acupuncture coverage? 

Getting your insurance company to pay for acupuncture is complicated. Click this link to learn  “How to Pay for Acupuncture.”

How to make an appointment – 3 easy steps

Step 1.  Read Steps 2 & 3 first, then click the “PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK…” just below Step 3, and enter your name and email address. 

Step 2. Look for an email “New Patient Intake & Consent Forms” from Intakeq.com.  If it’s not in your inbox you either didn’t enter your correct email or it’s in your Spam folder.  The email will have a password and link to access six online forms, including a Health History Intake Questionnaire, and five consent forms.  Once you complete and e-sign each form, click submit. You’ll get an email confirmation. If not it means you didn’t fill out required data, or forgot to e-sign, or didn’t click the submit button.  

Step 3.  Look for the link to the online calendar which appears once you submit your forms. Select the option for New Patient Appointment or Initial Consultation only, and pick a date and time on the online calendar that’s open (not grayed out).  

PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK, BUT  NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE AT LEAST 10 -15 MINUTES TO READ AND FILL OUT ALL SIX FORMS CAREFULLY AND COMPLETELY.  

 Please don’t hesitate to email or text me if you have questions. I promise to respond quickly. Sorry we don’t have a receptionist so can’t  take or return calls when we’re with patients. Thanks and look forward to seeing you soon.

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