You’ve been considering scheduling an appointment with a dietitian for weeks — or maybe months. Perhaps it was the fear of judgment, skepticism of the benefits, concerns over costs, or another reason. But, whatever the reason, you finally decided it was time and scheduled your first virtual dietitian visit. Doing so excited you but at…
Medicare is a federal health insurance program for adults aged 65 years or older and certain younger people with disabilities. Depending on your eligibility, it covers certain doctors’ services, preventative services, hospital and skilled nursing facility stays, and medications, among other services. However, you may wonder whether Medicare covers nutrition counseling from a registered dietitian….
Medicaid provides health coverage to eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant women, older adults, and people with disabilities. The federal government has certain requirements that all state Medicaid programs must follow, but each state administers its own program. In this way, states are required to cover services but have the option to cover others. One of…
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