Willow Women’s Health Pricing
Willow Women’s Health is not in network or credentialed with any major medical insurance and is a direct care, cash based practice.
Welcome to Willow Women’s Health. We are dedicated to providing exceptional healthcare services and support to women in all stages of their lives.
Payment: At Willow Women’s Health, we accept all major credit cards, HSA/FSA cards, checks, and cash for your convenience. Payment is due at time of appointment.
Superbill: Patients may request a superbill to send to insurance for reimbursement, and the reimbursement amount will depend on your insurance plan. To determine what you will receive, we recommend asking your insurance plan about your out-of-network reimbursement rate.
Reimbursement: You can directly submit your superbills to your insurance or opt to use Reimbursify, a hassle-free platform that simplifies the submission process. We are committed to making your experience with us as seamless as possible.
Book an appointment today and take the first step towards achieving optimal health and well-being.
Pricing is inclusive of in-office testing and procedures.
Insurance can be utilized for labs, imaging, and medications.
Visits can be either in person or via telehealth.
New Patient Visits
Established or return patient visits
Urgent Care Visits
Urgent care visits are for return patients who have an urgent health care need like an acute minor illness, vaginal infection, urinary tract infection, or medication issue.
Medication courtesy refills
Why Direct Care?
Cash-based practices, also known as direct pay practices, involve patients paying directly for healthcare services rather than relying on insurance. Here are several ways in which patients can benefit from cash-based practices:
- Transparent Pricing: Cash-based practices provide transparent and upfront pricing for medical services, allowing patients to know the cost of care in advance.
- Cost Savings: Without the involvement of insurance, administrative costs are reduced, leading to potential cost savings for both healthcare providers and patients.
- No Insurance Hassles: Patients can avoid the complexities and paperwork associated with insurance claims, pre-authorizations, and copayments, streamlining the healthcare process.
- Unrestricted Access: Cash-based practices can offer extended appointment times and greater accessibility, allowing patients to have more time with healthcare providers without the constraints imposed by insurance policies.
- Focus on Preventive Care: With a direct payment model, healthcare providers can prioritize preventive care and wellness programs, addressing health issues before they become more serious.
- Choice of Provider: Patients have the flexibility to choose their healthcare provider based on personal preferences and the quality of care, rather than being limited by network restrictions.
- Personalized Care: Cash-based practices often emphasize personalized and patient-centered care, with longer appointment times and a focus on building strong doctor-patient relationships.
- Extended Follow-Up: Patients may benefit from extended follow-up care, as healthcare providers can dedicate more time to monitoring progress and adjusting treatment plans as needed.
- No Third-Party Interference: The absence of third-party payers allows healthcare providers to make medical decisions based on the patient’s best interests without external interference.
- Convenient Communication: Patients often have direct access to their healthcare provider through various communication channels, facilitating easy and timely communication.
- Reduced Wait Times: With fewer administrative processes and paperwork, patients may experience reduced wait times for appointments and receive quicker access to healthcare services.
- Focus on Quality of Care: Cash-based practices can prioritize quality of care over quantity, allowing healthcare providers to spend more time on patient education and comprehensive assessments.
- Customized Treatment Plans: Patients receive more customized treatment plans that align with their unique health needs and preferences.
- Holistic Health Approach: Cash-based practices incorporate a holistic approach to healthcare, addressing not only physical but also mental and emotional well-being.
While cash-based practices may not be suitable for everyone, they offer a different model of healthcare delivery that can be particularly appealing to those seeking transparency, flexibility, and personalized attention in their healthcare experience.