Insurance Questions

Do you take insurance?


We do! Our providers are In-network with with most major insurance companies. Please see Contracted Insurance Payers by Provider below for Provider specific information. It is important to note that insurance plans vary widely in their coverage of Naturopathic Doctors. It is important that you call your insurance company to determine your specific coverage for the provider(s) you are going to see. It is your responsibility to to contact your insurance company to verify coverage. Please use our insurance verification form here to help you ask the right questions!




Contracted Insurance Payers by Provider


Ki Hacely, ND, LAc, Dipl. Ac

  • Aetna
  • CHP (Kaiser Alternative Care)
  • Cigna
  • Kaiser (with a referral only)
  • Moda
  • PacificSource
  • PacificSource Medicare Advantage
  • Providence
  • Regence BCBS
  • United Healthcare - Out of Network
Nathalie Paravicini, ND
  • Aetna - Out of Network
  • Cigna - Out of Network
  • Columbia Pacific CCO (OHP)
  • First Choice
  • Healthshare/CareOregon (OHP)
  • Healthshare/Providence (OHP) - Must have Referral from a PCP
  • Medicare Advantage/AARP (by United Healthcare) w/Alternative Care coverage
  • Medicare Advantage/PacificSource
  • Medicare Advantage/Providence w/Alternative Care coverage
  • Moda
  • PacificSource
  • PacificSource Community Solutions (OHP)
  • Providence
  • OHP Open Card
  • Regence BCBS
  • UMR/United Health Care
Wendy Hodsdon, ND
  • Aetna
  • CHP (Kaiser Alternative Care)
  • Cigna - Out of Network
  • HealthNet
  • Medicare Advantage/AARP (administered by United Healthcare)
  • Medicare Advantage/Aetna
  • Medicare Advantage/BCBS PPO
  • Medicare Advantage/Providence w/Alternative Care coverage
  • Moda
  • Providence
  • Regence BCBS
  • UMR
  • United Health Care
Renee Schwartz, ND
  • Aetna
  • Cigna - Out of Network
  • Medicare Advantage/AARP (by United Healthcare) w/Alternative Care coverage
  • Medicare Advantage/PacificSource
  • Medicare Advantage/Providence w/Alternative Care coverage
  • Moda
  • PacificSource
  • Providence
  • Regence BCBS
  • UMR/United Health Care




Copay? Coinsurance? Deductible?


Often the terms of your insurance contract can be confusing! Here is a little help. Copay: this is the amount determined by your insurance that is due at the time of your visit. It can range from as little as $0 to $70 depending on your plan. This is required at any and ALL visits. If you signed up for our Patient Portal, you will be able to pay this prior to your visit. Coinsurance: in lieu of a copay, some insurance companies require participants to pay a coinsurance. This means that they determine that you will owe a percentage (often 15 to 20%) of the cost of your visit. Since this is not a set amount (unlike a copay), you will receive a bill after your visit for the amount that you owe the clinic. Deductible: This is a set amount that applies to both individual and family aspects of your insurance plan. Your insurance will require you to pay this amount before the insurance company will cover your medical expenses. This often does not apply to things like copays, coinsurance, and annual wellness/preventative visits.




Still have questions?


Feel free to give your insurance a call or go on their website for details about your plan and coverage. You are also always welcome to give our office a call so we can help you determine your benefits! Contact us at 503-639-3777.