Net Patient Foundation Flex Card offers discounts, unique services, and upgrade offers to visitors who download the card from our network of providers nationwide. Our goal is to “START THE CONVERSATION” to help educate, equip and activate NEXT-LEVEL HEALTHCARE!!!
Next Level Care
We are so pleased you have chosen NPF to help you take your healthcare to the Next Level. Many of our providers offer special services, upgrades and discounts to our network so please let show them your FLEX CARD when you call or visit!
Current Flex Card Supporters
Flex Cards for Seniors.
Designed to help you “START THE CONVERSATION” with TOP-RATED providers who have left the Medicare system and only do CASH PAY work.
– Net Patient Foundation
Benefits & Discounts from NPF FLEX CARD SPONSORS
Our network is vast and offers different opportunities to save across many high-sough after-services most from doctors who have opted out of the medicare program for one reason or another.
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What is a CASH-ONLY doctor?
If a doctor is providing medical services and for those filling in the medical gal (aka MEDIGAP)for cash only and not accepting insurance, the specific services they offer may vary depending on their expertise, training, and the facilities available to them. However, in general, a doctor providing cash-only medical services may offer the following:
- Consultations: The doctor may provide consultations and examinations to diagnose and treat a variety of medical conditions.
- Laboratory tests: The doctor may offer laboratory tests to diagnose conditions, such as blood tests, urinalysis, or imaging tests like X-rays or ultrasounds.
- Procedures: Depending on their specialty, the doctor may also offer a range of medical procedures, such as stitches, biopsies, or minor surgeries.
- Prescription medications: The doctor may prescribe medications to treat various medical conditions.
- Follow-up appointments: The doctor may schedule follow-up appointments to monitor the patient’s condition and adjust their treatment plan as necessary.
It’s important to note that cash-only medical services are not regulated by insurance providers, which means there is no guarantee of the quality of care provided. Patients who choose to seek medical care from a doctor providing cash-only services should do their research, ask questions, and carefully evaluate the risks and benefits of this approach.
Example question and answer from Frequent Visitors :
Does Medicare Pay for dental Implants?
n general, Medicare does not cover dental implants, as it does not cover routine dental services such as cleanings, fillings, and extractions. Medicare is a federal health insurance program that primarily provides coverage for medically necessary services and treatments, such as hospital stays, doctor visits, and prescription medications.
However, there may be some situations where Medicare may provide coverage for dental implants if they are deemed medically necessary due to a specific medical condition. For example, if a person requires dental implants as part of a jaw reconstruction procedure following an injury or cancer treatment, Medicare may provide coverage for this treatment.
It’s important to note that dental implant coverage varies depending on the specific Medicare plan a person has, as well as the individual’s medical needs and circumstances. Therefore, it’s best to check with your healthcare provider or Medicare to determine if dental implants may be covered in your specific situation.
What is a Medicare Flex Card?
Our NPF Flex card is different from the Medicare Flex Card that private insurance companies use to add flexibility to their plan offerings.
Flex cards are not a necessary benefit of a Medicare Supplement plan because Medigap beneficiaries typically save on out-of-pocket costs compared to Medicare Advantage plans but may be an option.
Often, Medicare Advantage plans have high maximum out-of-pocket costs. Companies offer additional benefits to make the policies more attractive to consumers by balancing these high costs. On the other hand, Medicare Supplement plans allow beneficiaries to save money while receiving the benefits they need to reduce Original Medicare costs, aka Government Flex Card for Seniors or Medicare Cash Card.
Government Flex Card For Seniors
Medicare Flex cards are only available with Medicare Advantage plans. So, below we compare the costs for the same medical bill through Medicare Supplement Plan G and a typical Medicare Advantage HMO plan. Even with the flex card benefit, the Medicare Advantage HMO plan still produces higher out-of-pocket costs than the Medicare Supplement Plan G.
How to Use the NPF Flex Cards
If you have the NPF Flex Card, you will show it to a network partner or sponsor for special services, upgrades and discounts only available to NPF Fles Card members, including but not limited to items like: