Insurance & Payments

Prior to your visit, it is your responsibility to know your healthcare coverage.
You will need to verify your insurance benefits

Prior to your appointment, you will need to call your insurance company to verify the specific benefits for which you are covered in and out of network coverage (naturopathic care, provider you can see, certain codes that are covered, preferred lab draw sites and imaging), your copay, co-insurance and determine how your deductible is applied (if applicable).

To help you collect the required information, you will be sent the form in your patient portal with your new patient forms. Please download the Insurance Verification Form and call your insurance company to fill it out. Please call Michelle if you have questions or need assistance with this form.

Dr. Lisa Dickinson, ND:

Blue Cross Blue Shield, CIGNA, MODA.

Dr. Meghan Bennett, ND:

Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, CHP, CIGNA. MODA, PacificSource, Providence



If you choose a provider who is out of network with your insurance plan, we can bill your insurance for you. It is important to know that you are responsible for the entire amount billed if it goes to your deductible. You also are given the opportunity to pay cash (with a discount) at the time of service and then you can self-bill your insurance.


If you have Medicare, we ask that you call our office to discuss insurance options. Depending on your insurance coverage you may be required to pay out of pocket and self-bill your extra coverage. We will be happy to assist you.

Depending on your insurance coverage, you will be responsible for:

  • Co-Payment (paid at time of visit)
  • Deductible, if applicable
  • Co-Insurance, if applicable
  • Any non-covered services
  • Full payment, if no insurance coverage.
  • A 20% discount is offered, if you do not have insurance for the services provided.

Health Savings Accounts:

We will be happy to provide you with Healthcare Financing Administration $(HCFA) insurance forms as well as provide documentation for your health savings accounts $(HSA) or flex spending accounts $(FSA).