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Insurance and Fees


The dietitians at Dr. Daisy & Co. are out-of-network providers.  That is, we do not directly participate in managed care insurance plans. If your insurance plan includes out-of-network benefits, your nutrition counseling sessions may be reimbursable by your insurance carrier.


Payment for sessions are made on the morning of the scheduled appointment with the card that is provided at the time of booking. If you'd like us to use a different card, just let us know by calling 240-449-4022 or emailing needhelp@drdaisy.comWe take all major credit cards as well as FSA/HSA (Flexible Health Spending Account) cards to pay for your appointments. 


Please note, Dr. Daisy has been actively pursuing in-network partnerships with several insurance companies in an effort to reduce costs and increase access to care. However, we are finding that insurance companies prefer to work with larger-scale businesses rather than small outpatient dietitian practices like ours. We will keep the website updated as we continue to explore options. In the meantime, if you are faced with financial hardship please let us know so that we can talk about sliding-scale fees and other options for care.  

After your appointments, we will email you a billing statement (a superbill), which will contain the documentation you will need to submit to your insurance carrier for reimbursement. 

Here are some questions to ask your insurance:

  • Do my out-of-network benefits reimburse for the following CPT codes: 97802 and 97803?

  • Do you reimburse for the diagnosis code Z71.3 (dietary counseling)?

* Please note we can use other diagnosis codes on the superbill provided that the diagnosis was made by a physician.

Please call us at 240.449.4022 to discuss fees

for nutrition counseling appointments.

"You have forever changed my life. I cannot thank you enough for providing the right foundation for me to continue in my recovery. I've started to get my life back, thanks to you." --Mark


"Your input and expertise on my eating disorder's biggest behavior, working out, helped me see just how major it was in my life. Thanks you for being so patient with me as I navigated back into the world of movement and allowing me to screw up without judgment... I will forever be grateful for all you have helped me with." -Jane

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