Anovia Health now accepting Medicare patients
For the City Times
STEVENS POINT – Anovia Health, a new, innovative Wisconsin-based healthcare provider, with clinics in Stevens Point and Wausau, is now accepting patients with traditional Medicare.
“Since opening our doors in August, we have had an increasing number of older individuals who have heard about our more personalized model of care characterized by longer visits and smaller patient-to-care team provider ratios. Because we were only accepting private pay or corporate-sponsored patients at the beginning, these patients could not establish care through Anovia,” said Dr. Sabina Singh, Anovia Health’s Chief Medical Officer.
“We are committed to serving the community,” said Brian Dominick, President and CEO of Anovia Health. “Because of the interest shown by this segment of the community, we have become credentialed with Medicare and can now accept patients who are enrolled with traditional Medicare benefits.”
“As we get older, the importance of regular care with a trusted physician and care team becomes increasingly important,” said Dr. Singh. “Unfortunately, as we age the vast majority of people are going to have chronic health issues that if not addressed and monitored will cause increased disability and decreased quality of life.”