In compliance with SB 17-065 Valley-Wide Health Systems, Inc. has prepared this Transparency in Health Care Prices Act disclosure, effective January 1, 2023.
Fifteen Most Common Services provided by Valley-Wide Health Systems Inc.
CODE DESCRIPTION FEE Updated: 1/1/2023
Office Visit, Established Patient, Level 3
Office Visit, Established Patient, Level 4
Urinalysis, Office Lab Test
Immunization Administration, First Administration
Rapid COVID-19 Test
Immunization Administration, Each Additional
Rapid Strep Test, In Office
Office Visit, Established Patient, Level 2
Rapid Flu, In Office
Blood Sugar Test, Office Lab Test
Dental X-Ray, First Film
Dental Exam, Limited, Problem-Focused
Flu Injection, Age 3 Years and Older
Therapeutic Exercises, Physical Therapy Treatment
The health care fee for any given health care service is an estimate and the actual fees for the health care services are dependent on the circumstances at the time of service.
If you are covered by health insurance, you are strongly encouraged to consult with your health insurer to determine accurate information about your financial responsibility for a particular health care service provided by a health care provider at this office.
If you are not covered by health insurance, you are strongly encouraged to contact our financial eligibility staff at 1-833-350-1113 to discuss payment options prior to receiving a health care service from a health care provider at our clinics since posted health care prices may not reflect the actual amount of your financial responsibility.
Discounts are offered based on family size and income as determined by federal poverty guidelines. Nominal fees charged for essential services will be collected. Discount programs are updated annually and may change. Please ask for application assistance by calling 1-833-350-1113. We are here to meet your needs!
Valley-Wide serves all patients regardless of their ability to pay8
Valley-Wide wants to make medical and behavioral healthcare more accessible for all our patients. Our virtual visits are done through a tool called OTTO. The OTTO tool is available on many devices including smart phones, tablets and desktop computers. A WiFi connection is required. If you don’t have WiFi, but would prefer a virtual visit over an in-person visit, we can accommodate you with something we’re calling a “curbside appointment.” With a curbside appointment, you can park in the parking lot of whichever clinic is most convenient for you, and use our company’s WiFi for your virtual visit.
Frequently Asked Questions about OTTO:
What kind of appointments can be done through OTTO?
- Chronic illness that is stable (diabetes, heart disease, etc.)
- Acute visits that only require visual inspection, i.e., skin conditions, wound check, etc.
- Medication management such as refills or adjusting medication
- Pain management if stable and established
- New patients can get established in a telehealth visit. This visit can be changed to an in-person visit at the discretion of the provider.
- Substance use disorder, established and home inductions
- Other types of visit that don’t require an exam
- Well child checks, sports physicals and foster care exams can be performed through a virtual visit. The preference for an in-person visit by the parent or provider should be considered and is acceptable
How do I schedule a Virtual Visit?
When you make your appointment with us, all you have to do is tell the scheduler you’d like to have a virtual visit. That’s it!
What kind of device do I need in order to use OTTO?
You will need a smart device with a camera, such as a tablet or smart phone.
What if I don’t have a smart device?
You can still do a virtual visit, however you will need to come to the parking lot of one of our clinics to borrow a clinic tablet and use our curbside Wi-Fi for your appointment.
Why would I want to do a Virtual Visit?
Virtual visits are very convenient – you can be seen by a Valley-Wide provider from anywhere with a WiFi connection. Additionally, if you have medical reason to avoid coming into the clinic in person, such as a contagious illness or mobility issues, you can still receive some services.