Consultative

Consultative Policy

How do I become a consultative patient? What does all this “established” and “active” patient stuff mean? For a new patient or an established, but not active, primary care patient, once you contact our office requesting consultative services, we will: Send you our Preliminary Questionnaire for Prospective Consultative Pediatric Patient.Our provider(s) will review the completed …

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Why can we not see Dr Dickerson even though we are allowed to keep Vibrant Kids as our PCP?

To be frank in answering this question: Because parents cheat. Parents have been trying to game and cheat us into admitting their child for consultative services since we started—understandable given that demand is high and our availability is limited. With all consultative services now being cash-only, the cheat takes a different form: Once in the …

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Changes Coming to our Consultative Services

Effective January 1st, 2018, our consultative services will be cash-only. The move to direct cash-only payments for our consultative services means we will no longer be accepting any third-party payer “reimbursement” for any consultative services rendered. This change affects only our consultative services; we will continue to accept third-party payer “reimbursement” for all of our …

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Dr Jill Dickerson

Dr Jill Dickerson, MD, FAAP, FMAPS

Dr Jill Dickerson (MD, FAAP, FMAPS) has over years of experience in private pediatric practice. Dr Dickerson is a 1996 graduate of the University of Tennessee, Memphis School of Medicine. Following the completion of her internship and residency at the University of North Carolina Hospitals at Chapel Hill in 1999, Dr Dickerson went immediately into private practice …

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