Join the club!
As a member of Presh Health you can feel confident that you have someone on your health care team who will treat you as a whole person, who will connect the dots between your symptoms and search for their root causes. You can also be confident that if we recommend a supplement or labwork it’s because we think it will help you, not because we have a financial incentive to do so.
Presh Health members have a direct connection to their practitioners via a confidential patient portal and can expect replies to non-urgent messages within 48-hours. Visits can be scheduled online, and are held in-person at our Twisp clinic, or from the comfort of your home via telemedicine.
To ensure enhanced patient care, Presh Health charges all clients an annual membership fee of $120 which includes the following benefits:
Schedule your appointments at your own convenience.
Direct Email Access
Reach out to your provider directly at at no additional cost with questions about recent treatment recommendations*.
Purchase supplements at near-wholesale prices, and specialty labs at cost.
*Additional fees may apply for communications about new health concerns.
Covering your Care
Dr. Kellie Moore is contracted with the the following insurance companies:
All other insurance is billed as out-of-network services with payment needed at time of service.
A superbill (paperwork with standard insurance-industry coding to submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement) can be provided for patients who live in states where this applies.
You can also use your FSA or HSA for visits with Dr. Kellie, as well as for advanced lab testing and recommended supplements.
Questions to ask your Insurance Company
If you choose to use insurance to pay for your visit we suggest contacting your insurance company prior to the visit and asking them the following questions:
Do I have naturopathic coverage?
Do I have out-of-network benefits?
What is my co-pay or co-insurance for visits with out-of-network providers?
What is my deductible, and how much of it have I met?
To what extent does my plan cover labs?
Does my plan cover “telemedicine” or “telehealth” visits?