A Registered Dietitian(RD) is your nutrition expert. Based on your nutrition goals, an RD can tailor your appointment to meet your health needs.
- TOPIC IDEAS
- Eating for Wellness
- Allergies and sensitivities
- Weight Management
- Plant Based
- Vegetarian and Vegan
- Meal Planning
- Gluten Free
- Label Reading
- Pantry staples (What’s in your cupboard)
- Vegetables and what to do with them
- and more…
- HOW MUCH DOES IT COST
3 Visits: $150
- HOW LONG IS THE SERVICE
Initial visit: allow 30-45 minutes
Repeat visit: allow 20-30 minutes
- WHAT SERVICES ARE COVERED BY INSURANCE
Lifestyle Health accepts insurance for General Nutrition. We are in-network providers for HealthPartners, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medica, Mayo, Preferred One, MinnesotaCare, Medicaid, Medicare and others.
- Our goal is to provide you with a range of payment information, so you can select the best option for your budget.
- Flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and health savings accounts (HSAs) are usually eligible for coverage. Health reimbursement accounts (HRA) also may provide coverage under certain circumstances.
- Insurance coverage varies. Ask your insurance company (find the customer service number on your insurance card) about covered services. Here are a few questions to ask:
1. Will my plan cover (insert service)? It may be helpful to share these CPT codes for Functional Nutrition dietitian visits: 97802 and 97803.
2. How many visits are allowed per calendar year?
3. Do I need prior authorization?
4. Do I need a referral?
5. Do I have a co-pay?
6. Do I have a deductible? If yes, has it been met?
- Some policies require a referral from a primary care physician for the treatments to be covered and may have annual limits. Most policies do not require a referral.
- Medicare has limited coverage for dietitian visits.
- Our cash price is $150 for three visits with a dietitian. If billed through insurance, cost would be approximately $640 due to added paperwork for medical billing, diagnostic coding, communication with insurance companies, etc.
- Your insurance may require you to pay your deductible before covering dietitian visits. A deductible is an amount of out-of-pocket expense that you must pay before your insurance benefits start. Deductibles are usually calculated on a calendar-year basis, and any covered medical expenses that you pay for out-of-pocket should be applied toward your deductible until it’s been met for the year.
- If you are in a high deductible plan, our cash option may be the best value for you.
- If you have questions, please call our office.