and Insurance Support
At DoctorHere, we welcome both insurance and cash payments to ensure accessibility to our services. We are dedicated to providing quality care that prioritizes our patients' well-being and peace of mind. Your health and your financial preferences are important to us
These are the insurances we currently accept.
and we are working to expand our network
to include more insurance providers.
Health insurance coverage varies with specific plans.
Contact your insurance company for details.
United HealthCare PPO
United HealthCare HMO
United HealthCare EPO
United Healthcare Oxford-Freedom
Easy and fast insurance claims.
It is possible to move smoothly and swiftly from the appointment to payment and then to medical treatment.
Appointments at DoctorHere
Book your appointment date
on the DoctorHere website or app.
Paying the co-payment
Input insurance details,
pay co-payment on card.
Consultation on appointment date
In-person or virtual consultation
as per the appointment date
Low cost, high benefits.
1. In-person or virtual consultations without cost burden.
You can access medical services by only paying the personal co-payment.
Even without insurance, you can receive quality healthcare at a reasonable cost.
2. Easily accessible without complex billing procedures.
With just one input of your insurance information,
you can receive medical care without any complex procedures.
3. Versatile range of medical treatments available.
In addition to primary care, a wide range of treatments such as
psychological counseling, nutritional guidance, and physical therapy are available.
DoctorHere is a digital healthcare service offering hybrid care, combining top-rated doctors with AI and data technology to create preventative care plans for patients.
Prompt evaluation and treatment of non-life-threatening conditions, and management of common illnesses
Comprehensive physical examination to assess your overall health status and identify potential health risks
Stress & Anxiety
Mental health counseling for stress, anxiety, depression, and other related issues
Get personalized data-driven care, coaching, blood testing, insurance coverage support, and GLP-1 medication(Wegovy®, Saxenda®, Ozempic®, etc.)
Develop a balanced and healthy diet plan that suits your lifestyle and goals with your own
personal nutritionist and doctor.
Comprehensive care for women’s health issues, including gynecological exams, and contraceptive counseling
How can I make the payment?After the treatment is completed, we proceed with on-site cash payment.
What is self-pay pricing?In the case of no insurance, it refers to the pricing policy where the patient directly bears the medical costs.
What medical treatments can I receive with my insurance?You can receive services such as primary care, mental Health, nutritional care, and health coaching.
How much do I need to pay for the co-payment?If there is insurance, the co-payment indicated on the back of the insurance card will be paid at the time of scheduling the appointment.
What insurance plans can I use for medical treatment?Currently, you can receive treatment under the plans provided by Aetna, Cigna, and UnitedHealthcare, and we plan to add more insurance plans in the future.
Can I take lab tests or blood tests?Yes, it is available at the DoctorHere Clinic. Depending on your health insurance coverage, there may be additional fees for blood work.
Can I really see a doctor on time?Yes, we understand the frustration of long wait times at the doctor's office or missed appointments. At DoctorHere, we prioritize prompt and on-time appointments to provide the best medical experience for our patients.
What would be the cost of a doctor's visit if I don't have health insurance or if you don't accept my insurance?If you don't have health insurance, there's no reason to worry. Our in-person visit costs $150, and our virtual visit costs $90. These prices also apply to individuals with health insurance that we don't currently accept. Please note that the visit charges will be billed to the credit card information you provided during registration.
Is there any additional cost for getting a prescription?No, there are no additional costs.
How do I use DoctorHere services?If you sign up for DoctorHere, you can enjoy in-person visits and virtual visits with your personal doctor, nutritionist, or mental health counselor. · In-person Visits At our DoctorHere clinic, patients can see a doctor on the same day. The patients can make an appointment through the DoctorHere mobile application. *In-person visits and mental health counseling sessions are subject to a fee for uninsured patients. · Virtual Visits Patients can see a doctor through video calls, phone calls, or chat anytime, anywhere.
What is Wegovy’s dosing?Wegovy dosing starts out low, then gradually increases over the first few months until a steady dose is reached. If prescribed, your Ro-affiliated provider will work with you to find the schedule and dosing that’s right for you. As an example, your provider may start you out on the lowest dose, 0.25 mg injected once weekly for the first month and slowly ramp you up to the maximum dose of 2.4 mg once weekly over the course of several months. This will depend upon your specific situation and your provider’s guidance.
What is Wegovy?Wegovy is a brand-name version of the generic medication semaglutide, which is a type of medication called a glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor agonist. Instead of that tongue-twister of a name, we call these medications “GLP-1s” for short. Wegovy is FDA-approved and clinically proven to help with weight loss. How? It acts like a natural hormone your body uses to regulate blood sugar and appetite—key steps in resetting your biological set point to help you maintain a new, lower weight. In fact, in the pivotal clinical trial people who combined Wegovy with lifestyle changes lost an average of 9% of their body weight after 20 weeks, and 14.9% after 68 weeks.
How much weight can I expect to lose with GLP-1s?In clinical trials, patients lost 15% of their body weight after 1 year, on average. This is based on the average weight loss in the three 68-week clinical trials of patients without diabetes who reached and maintained a dose of 2.4 mg/week of GLP-1 treatment, along with a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity.
How do you take Wegovy?Wegovy comes in a prefilled injection pen. If prescribed, you (or someone in your household) will administer the injection under the skin of your stomach, thigh, or arm once a week. While a routine injection may sound intimidating, the Wegovy pen uses a tiny needle designed to minimize discomfort. You’ll also receive clear instructions on using the injection pen, and your DoctorHere Doctor can offer additional advice.
How quickly do people lose weight with Wegovy?In the STEP 4 clinical trial, people who combined Wegovy with a healthy diet and exercise lost an average of over 4% of their body weight by eight weeks. Those who reached a steady dose of 2.4 mg per week lost an average of 10.6% of their body weight in the first 20 weeks of treatment—and over 17% of their body weight within 68 weeks. Everyone responds to Wegovy differently, and if prescribed, your DoctorHere Doctor will work with you to get the best results for you.
How does Wegovy work?Wegovy works by mimicking the hormone GLP-1, which slows digestion and helps your brain regulate appetite by reducing hunger sensations. As your digestion slows, you may feel full longer and therefore eat less, which can lead to weight loss.
Why do I need blood test?When it comes to weight loss, your body's biology plays a key role. That's where your blood test comes in. The test looks at your hormones and metabolism to understand how your body works right now, letting your provider know if GLP-1 medication is right for you. To complete your lab test, you'll either get blood test order to have your sample collected in-person at a local Bioreference or Quest location.
What can I expect after I sign up?After you complete your online visit, a DoctorHere-affiliated healthcare provider will review your answers and determine whether treatment may be right for you. If appropriate, we’ll ask you to complete a metabolic test so we can see how your body’s working right now. Next, you’ll go over the results of your test with your healthcare provider and discuss a personalized treatment plan.
How much does the the Weight Loss Program cost?The Weight Loss Program costs $128/month or $1,489 up front. Please note that GLP-1 medication and lab test is billed separately and not covered in the program cost. Medication cost will depend on your personal insurance coverage, and our partners will work with your insurer to help determine coverage
What if my insurance doesn’t cover the medication?If for some reason your insurance will not cover the cost of your medication, you’ll have the option to either pay for the medication out of pocket (typically $900–$1,600/month, depending on the medication) or cancel your Weight Loss Program membership. Given the cost of initial diagnostics, ongoing provider support, and insurance assistance, we are unable to offer refunds for previously incurred monthly membership fees.
Do you accept insurance?Insurance concierge services for the cost of medications are provided through the Weight Loss Program. Our partners will work directly with your insurance provider to help with the process of determining coverage for your GLP-1 medication, which is paid for separately from the Weight Loss Program. DoctorHere does not accept insurance for the Weight Loss Program, which is cash pay only. At this time, those with any form of government healthcare coverage (including programs such as Medicare, Medicaid or TRICARE), whether primary or secondary, government-related coverage such as Medicare Supplement Plans, or federal employee plans are not eligible for the Weight Loss Program. These plans typically do not cover the type of medication the Weight Loss Program may prescribe. Unfortunately, this means that those on Medicare or eligible for Medicare cannot join the Weight Loss Program
What is Ozempic’s dosing?Ozempic dosing starts out low, then gradually increases over the first few months until a steady dose is reached. If prescribed, your DoctorHere Doctor will work with you to find the schedule and dosing that’s right for you. As an example, the lowest dose of Ozempic is 0.25 mg once a week and the maximum dose is 2.0 mg once a week.
Will my insurance cover the cost of Ozempic?How to get Ozempic covered by insurance—it’s a very important question! Well, you can consider us your insurance concierge. Our partners will work directly with your insurance provider to help with the process of determining coverage for your GLP-1 medication, which is paid for separately from the Body Program. DoctorHere does not accept insurance for the DoctorHere Personalized Weight Loss Program, which is cash pay only. At this time, those with any form of government healthcare coverage (including programs such as Medicare, Medicaid or TRICARE), whether primary or secondary, are not eligible for the DoctorHere Personalized Weight Loss Program. These plans typically do not cover the type of medication the DoctorHere Personalized Weight Loss Program may prescribe. Unfortunately, this means that those on Medicare or eligible for Medicare cannot join the the DoctorHere Personalized Weight Loss Program.
How do you take Ozempic?Ozempic comes in a prefilled injection pen that contains multiple doses. If prescribed, you (or someone in your household) will select the prescribed dose, then administer the injection under the skin of your stomach, thigh, or arm once a week. While a routine injection may sound intimidating, the Ozempic pen uses a tiny needle designed to minimize discomfort. You’ll also receive clear instructions on using the injection pen, and your DoctorHere Doctor can offer additional advice.
Do you prescribe Ozempic for weight loss?Ozempic is not FDA-approved for weight loss. DoctorHere Doctor have the discretion to prescribe a medication off-label if they believe it is an appropriate course of treatment for a particular patient. How can Ozempic help with weight loss? It acts like a natural hormone your body uses to regulate blood sugar and appetite—key steps in resetting your biological set point to help you maintain a new, lower weight.
What is Ozempic?Ozempic is a brand-name version of the generic medication semaglutide, which is a type of medication called a glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor agonist. Instead of that tongue-twister of a name, we call these medications “GLP-1s” for short. Ozempic is FDA-approved for the management of certain symptoms and risks of type 2 diabetes.
How does Ozempic work?Ozempic works by slowing the digestion process, which can help you to feel full for longer. Ozempic, like other GLP-1 receptor agonists, acts like a hormone your body naturally makes to regulate blood sugar and may help support weight loss.