When it comes to caring for your eyes, you should have an eye care plan that’s simple, affordable, and easy to understand. But unfortunately, traditional vision care insurance is often the exact opposite – most standard eye care plans use hard-to-understand industry jargon in their policies, making it difficult to know what you’re getting and can be frustrating when you experience surprise expenses.
At Novel Eyes, we’re proud to offer direct eye care in Everett, which aims to eliminate the middleman (insurance company) and bring patients and doctors together. By freeing our practice from insurance companies’ limitations and regulations, we can focus on providing exceptional eye care and forming stronger doctor-patient relationships.
What is Direct Eye Care?
Direct eye care is a membership-based model that provides patients with comprehensive access to their eye doctor for all primary care services at an affordable monthly fee. By opting for direct eye care, patients are liberated from the restrictions imposed by insurance companies on medical services and products within their network. This results in significant advantages for both doctors and patients. Doctors are relieved from the burdensome overhead and administrative complexities imposed by insurance companies, allowing them to focus on delivering personalized care tailored to patient’s needs rather than meeting the demands of insurance providers. As a result, doctors can dedicate more time to each patient, ensuring a higher quality of care.
Direct eye care also eliminates the common practice employed by insurance companies, where they stipulate paying a fixed percentage capped at a limited amount. Because of this, healthcare providers end up charging a higher rate to maximize their reimbursement from the insurance companies resulting in everyone elses’ costs increasing.
By choosing direct eye care, patients can break free from these constraints, enjoying affordable and personalized eye care that prioritizes their well-being while avoiding the compromises imposed by insurance companies.