After your initial visit, you will be charged per service for any follow-up visits or treatments. The fees are determined by the type and length of the appointment, and you will be informed of any charges before you receive the service. During your initial visit, your provider will evaluate you and give a recommended treatment plan. Your first dose of medication, if prescribed, will be issued during your initial appointment. Issuance of the medication is covered by the $149 initial visit cost. The cost of your medication and any additional practice requirements (like EKG) itself is a separate cost and may be covered by insurance, or the medication may be discounted by a coupon.
If you do not have insurance, you may try GoodRX.com* for your medication, which offers discounts on prescription drugs. You may also speak with your provider about a discount savings card as well. Your medication(s) costs and testing/labs are always separate from the appointment dues. You will need to pay for the medication at the pharmacy you choose. In nearly all cases, the cost of your medication(s) is covered by your insurance.**
Depending on your personalized treatment plan, you will be scheduled for a follow-up, in-person appointment, or refill only. Follow-up appointments are $59, in person visits can range from $99-$250, and refill only is $25. Typically, follow-ups are scheduled before your next refill is due. Please discuss in-person visit requirements with your provider so they can provide feedback, as they vary by state. In some cases, providers may schedule follow-up visits as soon as 2 weeks to see how the medication may be affecting you. We recommend communicating with your provider about your treatment plan and your visit frequency.
*The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to endorse or promote any particular online pharmacy. Klarity does not have any partnership or affiliation with the online pharmacy mentioned, and we do not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of any information provided.
**Some insurance companies may require a prior authorization (PA) for certain medications, which may cause delays in pick-up at your pharmacy.