Coping with depression is challenging and often incredibly demotivating, and working through the already difficult process of obtaining insurance can make the situation even more frustrating. Carolina Partners strives to create a system whereby anyone with depression, regardless of their income level, has the opportunity to get the high-quality depression treatment that works for them, at the lowest possible cost, with a certified psychiatrist and care team. In order to make your life easier, Carolina Partner only requires that you pay your average co-pay and/or deductibles, and you will gain access to the care that can help you regain your quality of life. Don’t let insurance companies get in the way of your journey to wellness.
Does filing insurance claims cause you stress? At Carolina Partners, we are dedicated to making this process easier so you can get back to your life and treatment. Not only will we personally file your claims for you, but we’ll also work with your insurance company on your behalf. Filing is a challenging process; we will ensure it is as manageable and pain-free as possible. We will also help you obtain your authorizations, we well as work through any potential technical issues that may arise during filing.
Carolina Partners strives to remain on the cutting-edge of care models, especially in the areas of integrative health care, a combination of mental and physical health care and treatment into one unified system. One of the primary models of care utilized at Carolina Partners is an ACO model, which is designed to promote more affordable, higher-quality care. ACOs, or Accountable Care Organizations, are groups of psychiatrists, therapists, doctors, and insurance companies that work together and stay connected, creating an atmosphere of collaborative care while keeping each other informed of changes in the various aspects of your health, in order to ensure that you receive a complete and informed care regimen. Under an ACO model, you have access to affordable health care packages and plans, as well as an interconnected network of insurance providers and companies. You will work with a care team with access to cutting-edge research, all under one system as opposed to separate programs. No longer will you have to keep track of the various components of your care team, nor will you have to personally ensure that each healthcare professional is covered in your network. You’ll be able to get better treatment, all guaranteed to be under one plan that is dedicated to making your life easier.
Even with comprehensive coverage, insurance can become unmanageable when dealing with high deductibles. Getting the treatment for the depression you need is already hard enough as it is without also shouldering this burden. Carolina Partners not only offers flexible payment plans for high deductibles, but also gives you access to affordable cash rates. Together, we will create a plan that works for you, as well as your budget.
Your physical and mental health are both vital to your well-being, and what affects one often affects the other. Don’t let the struggles of traditional insurance companies get in the way of your depression treatment. At Carolina Partners, we’ll be there with you every step of the way, because we want you to be well.
Read below to learn about Depression, then click the link to find a specialist within Carolina Partners that can assist in treating this disorder.
Depression is a state of low mood and aversion to activity that can affect a person’s thoughts, behavior, feelings and sense of well-being. Depressed people may feel sad, anxious, empty, hopeless, worried, helpless, worthless, guilty, irritable, hurt, or restless. They may lose interest in activities that once were pleasurable, experience loss of appetite or overeating, have problems concentrating, remembering details, or making decisions, and may contemplate or attempt suicide. Insomnia, excessive sleeping, fatigue, loss of energy, or aches, pains, or digestive problems that are resistant to treatment may also be present. Each year depression affects 5-8 percent of adults in the United States. This means that about 25 million Americans will have an episode of major depression this year alone. Without treatment, the frequency and severity of these symptoms tend to increase over time.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a new alternative treatment for depression. TMS is a non-invasive, medication-free, outpatient therapy. This innovative treatment is FDA approved and has helped thousands of depression patients who have not received adequate results from antidepressants.