Fee Notice

Services that are not billed directly:

  1. Asynchronous text chat without a prescription.
  2. Unlimited text chat follow-up questions.

Fee for Service:

We do not accept any insurance but can write you a superbill that may be accepted by your private insurer.

There are no automatic refills. Each prescription requires a doctor’s fee that covers the availability of the chat feature (whether or not a particular patient utilizes it) and the necessary medical chart review. Changes to a previously paid prescription service only carry a $5 prescription transmission fee if requested within 14 days.

Please note that the following doctor’s fees do not cover prior authorizations or the expenses associated with medications or laboratory tests. You will be responsible for the payment of any prescribed medications at your preferred pharmacy and for any lab tests ordered directly from the lab test provider.

Fee for 1 prescription:
Fee for 2 prescriptions:
Fee for 3 prescriptions:
Fee for 4 prescriptions:
Fee for additional pharmacy faxes:
Fee for additional pharmacy faxes:

If you need new prescriptions for the same problem within 14 days of your last prescription date, those can be sent for the $5 fee if handled via chat. If outside 14 days or for an entirely new problem within 14 days, a new service fee ($115) applies.

Can I use insurance?

We can complete a superbill for you to submit to a private insurance company (not Medicare or Medicaid) for reimbursement of out-of-network services. Still, we do not bill your insurance company directly.

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