Dr. Vladimir Alexeyenko offers Intravenous infusions and vitamin shots at Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy. This video answers the question, “Does insurance cover IV therapy?”.
Like any other kind of treatment, insurance coverage for IV therapies is up to your insurance provider. Most IV clinics don’t accept insurance but request that their clients pay out of pocket and submit documentation so their insurance company can reimburse them. This is becoming a common practice, even at traditional medical offices. The administrative cost of accepting insurance is prohibitive, and reimbursements can sometimes be too low.
The hope is that, as more people discover the health and wellness benefits of vitamin IVs, nutrition IVs, and infusions that remove toxins, the more likely it is that insurance plans will value and cover these services. The good news is that IV therapies administered in clinics are a lot less expensive than being in the hospital, or having to buy prescription medication. The concept that you can pay a small amount out-of-pocket to achieve and maintain excellent health while saving on medical costs down the road is appealing to many people. This is one reason that IV clinics are appearing in so many cities and towns across the U.S.
For a more serious illness, it might be possible to find an IV provider that will accept your insurance, so it makes sense to do your research. Just be sure that the IV clinic is supervised by a licensed medical doctor, who is also an IV specialist.
Learn More About IV Treatments and Insurance
Learn more about IV therapy at Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy and Dr. Vladimir Alexeyenko by visiting the website for the medical clinic (https://vladimiralexeyenkomd.com/new-york-ny/). To schedule an appointment at the medical practice, call (917) 994-9390.
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