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Covered By Insurance (really).

We make our services accessible to more people by accepting most major insurance plans. Curious about your coverage? We confirm your benefits so you know what to expect before you start. 

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We’re in-network with most major insurance plans

We're making nutrition care more accessible.

Search our list of in-network insurances to see if we take your plan. We're adding new plans every month, so if you don’t see yours listed below email info@culinahealth.com to check if we're in-network.


Aetna

CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield (Health)

Cigna

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey

UniCare

UnitedHealthcare

Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield (Health)

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

AllWays Health Partners

Blue Cross Blue Shield

Caterpillar

UnitedHealthOne

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield

Blue Shield of California

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas

Anthem Blue Cross

Independence Blue Cross

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

Highmark Blue Shield

Capital Blue Cross

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona

Premera Blue Cross

Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield

Florida Blue: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska

Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina

Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas

Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana

Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont

Blue Shield of Northeastern New York

Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield

CBA Blue

GeoBlue

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming

Triple-S Salud: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Puerto Rico

Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico

Blue Cross of Idaho

Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program

Learn about your coverage options

How it Works

Confirm coverage

Book a session with your favorite Culina Health RD and we’ll get in touch before your first session to confirm your coverage.

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Convenient billing

We handle submitting claims to your insurance plan. You take care of any payments for co-pays or co-insurance
(p.s. many plans have no out-of-pocket costs)

More affordable options

If we are out-of-network or you don't have the best coverage, we offer affordable membership options so you can still access our care at a discounted rate

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Insurance FAQs

How do I check if I am covered?

What is a co-insurance?

What is my allowed amount?

Why do you need a copy of my insurance card?

When do I pay my copay?

What do I do if my insurance changes?

Why does my deductible need to be met before sessions are paid by insurance?

What if my insurance doesn’t cover my session?

Book a session with a Culina Health dietitian, and our team will confirm your benefits before your first session. We will contact you with your coverage information so you know what to expect before meeting with your RDN. Please note your benefits are a quote from your insurance company, and we cannot guarantee your benefits or reimbursements. As the policyholder, you are responsible for claims denied by insurance, Medicare, or third-party companies. We will always do our best to explain your policy and advise you on your options. 

How do I check if I am covered?

What is a co-insurance?

What is my allowed amount?

Why do you need a copy of my insurance card?

When do I pay my copay?

What do I do if my insurance changes?

Why does my deductible need to be met before sessions are paid by insurance?

What if my insurance doesn’t cover my session?

Some insurance plans have a co-insurance, a form of cost-sharing that allows you to split the cost of care between you and your insurance company. Most insurance plans with a co-insurance require you to pay a percentage of the cost of care after you meet your deductible. For example, let's say your health insurance plan's allowed amount for an office visit is $100, and your co-insurance is 20%. If you've paid your deductible, then you would owe 20% of $100 or $20, and your insurance company pays the rest. If you still need to meet your deductible, you pay the full allowed amount.

How do I check if I am covered?

What is a co-insurance?

What is my allowed amount?

Why do you need a copy of my insurance card?

When do I pay my copay?

What do I do if my insurance changes?

Why does my deductible need to be met before sessions are paid by insurance?

What if my insurance doesn’t cover my session?

Your "allowed amount" is the maximum your insurance plan will pay for a covered healthcare service. The "allowed amount" is also called an "eligible expense," "payment allowance," or "negotiated rate." You may have to pay the difference if your provider charges more than the plan's allowed amount. We will not know your allowed amount until after your claim is processed.

How do I check if I am covered?

What is a co-insurance?

What is my allowed amount?

Why do you need a copy of my insurance card?

When do I pay my copay?

What do I do if my insurance changes?

Why does my deductible need to be met before sessions are paid by insurance?

What if my insurance doesn’t cover my session?

We need a copy of your insurance card to ensure we contact the correct department for benefits and coverage verification. We also need to ensure we have accurate information regarding your policy (PPO/HMO etc.), pre-authorizations, and referrals. 

How do I check if I am covered?

What is a co-insurance?

What is my allowed amount?

Why do you need a copy of my insurance card?

When do I pay my copay?

What do I do if my insurance changes?

Why does my deductible need to be met before sessions are paid by insurance?

What if my insurance doesn’t cover my session?

We bill your co-pay if and when your insurance plan applies it to your claim. This timeframe can range from 1 - 6 weeks after your session. Many plans cover nutrition counseling as a preventative benefit; in this case, your insurance company may not apply a co-pay to your session. 

How do I check if I am covered?

What is a co-insurance?

What is my allowed amount?

Why do you need a copy of my insurance card?

When do I pay my copay?

What do I do if my insurance changes?

Why does my deductible need to be met before sessions are paid by insurance?

What if my insurance doesn’t cover my session?

If your insurance changes, please update our team with a copy of your most current insurance card. We will bill the insurance on file until you provide us with your most updated information. 

How do I check if I am covered?

What is a co-insurance?

What is my allowed amount?

Why do you need a copy of my insurance card?

When do I pay my copay?

What do I do if my insurance changes?

Why does my deductible need to be met before sessions are paid by insurance?

What if my insurance doesn’t cover my session?

 A deductible is a part of cost sharing. Covered medical expenses are added to or accumulated toward a deductible over a year and start over the next year. Once a policyholder meets their plan’s deductible, most plan holders typically pay only a copayment or coinsurance for additional covered services up to an out-of-pocket maximum.

How do I check if I am covered?

What is a co-insurance?

What is my allowed amount?

Why do you need a copy of my insurance card?

When do I pay my copay?

What do I do if my insurance changes?

Why does my deductible need to be met before sessions are paid by insurance?

What if my insurance doesn’t cover my session?

 If you are paying out-of-pocket, we will let you know if you’re eligible for reimbursement directly from your insurance company and provide you with all the documentation and details you need to submit a claim for reimbursement. We also offer affordable membership options. Get in touch with our team at info@culinahealth.com to learn more.

How do I check if I am covered?

What is a co-insurance?

What is my allowed amount?

Why do you need a copy of my insurance card?

When do I pay my copay?

What do I do if my insurance changes?

Why does my deductible need to be met before sessions are paid by insurance?

What if my insurance doesn’t cover my session?

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