for a personal discussion of your needs.
HSA and FSA:
Yes, you may use the credit card tied to your Health Savings Account or your Flexible Spending Account to pay for our out-of-network services.
You pay us and submit the paid invoice (superbill) for out-of-network reimbursement to your individual, employer or group plan. Patients report everything from zero to 80% reimbursement by their insurance company. In almost all cases we are less than your deductible and co-pays.
The government does not pay for our professional time in your home -- but Medicare does cover any medications, therapy, durable medical equipment or referrals to specialists on the orders we write for you. Many folks find that means we are less than their deductables, and FAR less than a non-admission ambulance ride to the ER
vary depending on your location and the level of treatment needed: most
of our house calls are between $200 and $500. That is similar to many
urgent care centers or Emergency Rooms after all their bills are in.
New patients pay their fee via credit card when Dr Crowe agrees to meet you.
Concierge and ongoing patients may apply for other payment methods. (Via check, monthly payments, ….otherwise we would have to discuss Roosevelt-era style payments of three chickens or your favorite horse.)
You'll avoid long lines twice. We administer antibiotics, steriods and other common non-narcotic pain meds immediately -- depending on the results of the doctor's face-to-face examination.
Prescription refills to existing patients:
you may call the office, or email
Prescription of controlled substances is only done with a Pain Contract. (The doctor caries no controlled substances.)