Medicare Nutrition Therapy

The benefits include reimbursement for medical doctor consultations and other related healthcare services. The services include X-ray jobs and laboratory examinations. The patient can choose to enjoy Medigap reimbursement. This includes reimbursement for costs not allowed under the Medicaid Part A or Medicaid Part B options, including payment for a portion of copays as well as coinsurance amounts. The patient can avail of reimbursement under the Medicaid’s Medicare Advantage (Medicaid Part C). The advantage allows reimbursements for other benefits not covered under the Medicaid Part A plan or Medicaid Part B plan. The patient can avail of the Medicaid’s Prescription Drug Reimbursement Plan [Medicaid Part D] (Unknown, 2014). The patient can enroll in this preferred provider organization to receive higher Medicaid benefits. The plan permits anorexia nervosa members to avail of healthcare services from healthcare providers outside the group’s umbrella of healthcare providers (Psychguides.com, 2014).
The group’s anorexia patients can enroll in the nutrition therapy health reimbursement arrangement plan. The plan reimburses employee patients for actual healthcare expenses incurred. The employers pay for the plan. The group offers government-sponsored Medicaid to certain sectors of society. The sectors include low-income citizens. Another sector covered is called the disabled citizen sector (BCBS, 2012).
For multiple healthcare procedures, WellCare offers different reimbursement benefits. WellCare Georgia allows reimbursements for nutrition therapy. However, the company excludes reimbursements for agents that are used to rehabilitate the anorexia nervosa patients, including drugs used to increase the anorexia nervosa patient’s weight.