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Why We Do A Cash Pay Model

Updated: Aug 21, 2023

Hope everyone is having a great week! I have been getting questions about our cash pay model (Cash, credit card and checks accepted) and thought I would hop on here and explain why we chose this route for my Women's Health practice.

First off, we believe that health insurance companies charge patients way too much, cover way too little and then dictate the amount of money the doctor will be paid for their service. This means that doctors are forced to spend less and less time with their patients and pack their schedules full because reimbursements are too low. Accepting health insurance also bogs a practices down by requiring loads of extra paperwork, lots of red tape and back and forth with these large corporations simply to collect the money the practice is owed. We would prefer spending our time and resources with our patients providing outstanding women's care.

Insurance companies also like to tell the doctor what procedures they can and can't do, what medicines they should and should not prescribe, and what a patient needs or doesn't need. We believe that these decisions should be made between the doctor and the patient ONLY and that no insurance company should dictate healthcare.

Our goal at Texas Well Woman is to be transparent with our customers, offering a fair price for great care. We educate our patients on the costs of each visit upfront, at the time of scheduling to avoid surprises. What you are charged at your visit is ALL you will pay with no hidden fees or late bills arriving in the mail. While we do understand that this model may not be for everyone we hope you will give us a chance to show you how this makes us different and better.

If you would like to learn more about our services or to schedule a visit, visit our website at We are here to serve and look forward seeing you all!

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