Insurance, Payment Options, & Service Areas
Many insurance plans cover the cost of a virtual visit. If your insurance is accepted, you are responsible for the same co-pay as for other top tier office visits. If your insurance does not cover the service, you can still see a doctor for a $75 flat fee if paid at the time of visit.
Accepted Insurance Carriers by Service Area:
- Virginia, DC, Maryland: Aetna, Anthem, CareFirst, Cigna, Humana Medicare Advantage, Multiplan/PHCS, Piedmont, Piedmont, Tricare (Humana Military), VHN, United Healthcare,UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage of Virginia
- Georgia: BCBS, Humana, Multiplan/PHC, NovaNet, UnitedHealthcare
- Florida: Health First Health Plan, Aetna, Cigna, Liberty Health Shares
We are unable to provide care for patients outside of these service areas at this time. We hope to soon provide coverage to patients in Texas, as well as participate with additional commercial insurers.
myPrivia Virtual Clinic is staffed by board-certified Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine physicians. With some insurance companies, a visit with an Emergency Medicine physician may be considered a specialist office visit and subject to a different co-pay than a primary care office visit as well as a referral requirement if you are covered by an HMO.
If you do not see your insurance carrier listed above or are unsure about your coverage, please contact your insurance carrier to learn what telehealth benefits may be available to you.
*BlueCard is a national program that enables members of one Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) Plan to obtain health care services while traveling or living in another BCBS Plan’s service area. BlueCard PPO plans show a SUITCASE logo with the letters PPO inside of the suitcase printed on the member ID card. Services may be processed as out-of-network by CareFirst and/or BlueCard plans that do not have the PPO logo printed on the insurance card.