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What forms of payment are accepted?At Beloved Wellness Center, we accept all major credit/debit cards, flexible spending account (FSA), and health savings account (HSA), employee assistance programs (EAPs), and few health insurances. We apologize for any inconvenience, but the following forms of payment are not accepted: Cash Checks Money Orders
Do you accept health insurance?At Beloved Wellness Center we accept two health insurance plans: Network Health and Aetna (commercial plan which is different than Medicaid). We made this decision due to a number of factors including rate of reimbursement and ease of working with the insurance companies. If you are using private insurance, you may opt-out of using your health insurance plan and pay out of pocket. If you are using your insurance plan, you may want to consider the following important information: Privacy – We value keeping the information you share private. When using insurance plans, we may need to disclose clinical documents to justify the need to continue which does not keep what you share 100% confidential. There are additional limits to confidentiality which be explained at your initial assessment which you will be asked to review and sign in your consent form. Control – When using insurance, they dictate what you can get approved for, how much they are willing to pay, and how often you can receive these services. As the insurance member, the quality of care is limited to what or whom the insurances can offer. When you choose to pay privately, you have control over which service you need, plus the amount of necessary sessions at a rate that fits in your budget. Limited – Sometimes you may need a provider with specific knowledge, skills or experience as it pertains to helping you with your presenting concern. As a licensed therapy with a focus on adolescents, adults and families, Dr. Dominique's expertise is specific rather than a generalist. When using insurance, you are limited to working with only generalist providers who are contracted with them, which hinders your ability to work with specialists such as herself. Waiting List – Many Wisconsin residents are required to have insurance as part of State Law. As such, many providers who are contracted with insurance tend to have waitlist which we have chosen not to keep. This happens because there are so many people who need services but so few providers within the realm of insurance that can render the services. As soon as you are ready to commit to change, you can make a request for services and receive a response to your pre-screen intake form within 24-72 business hours. If approved, appointments are scheduled later that week or the following week. Frequency – Even with a top-tier insurance coverage, many services covered under insurance have a cap on how often services can be rendered and received. Many people who need therapy support may want to have more than just one (1) session per week. Sometimes, it may be beneficial to have two and sometimes more weekly sessions when you begin services as this may help keep you accountable towards making life long changes. As a clinician, Dr. Dominique has established flexibility in her practice so that clients can participate in services based on their needs, only subject to available openings in her schedule and clients ability to maintain their financial responsibility to pay for each session. Diagnosis – It is mandatory for therapist to provide a mental health diagnosis when using insurance as payment for services. Without a diagnosis, the therapist will not be able to submit a bill for insurance payment reimbursement. However, we found that this practice of diagnosing, from the intake assessment or even the follow-up session, is unfair and unjust to the person seeking help. We recognize that for many people, having a diagnosis is helpful with understanding their symptoms and seeking additional services. At the same time, we would rather focus our energy on helping people around the struggles they face instead of focusing on figuring out the symptoms of a diagnosis to justify why the person needs therapy.
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