Health Advocates – My Virtual Doctor

What is a Health Advocate?

A Personal Health Advocate is someone that understands the complexities of the healthcare system. Our Advocates are here to support, guide, comfort, and inform you. If you have a healthcare question or concern, simply call our Advocates. Whether you need them to negotiate a medical bill or simply make an appointment for you, they are here to help.


Get Extra Savings and a Lower Statement Balance

There’s nothing like a huge medical or dental bill to make you feel sick-especially if it’s unexpected or the insurance you have doesn't cover it. With My Virtual Doctor on your side, you can leverage the know-how of highly-trained healthcare advocates to negotiate a lower balance and better payment terms. A massive bill doesn't have to be a massive worry. Join us today and start saving thousands of dollars on procedures you can’t afford to pay out-of-pocket

Here’s how it works:

Send or Upload your bill and provide some info.
Our specialists will review your bill for errors.
If your bill qualifies, our experts will negotiate on your behalf.
Wellness
$25/mo

  • Prescription Assistance Eligibility Check
  • Prescription Drug Card
  • Medication Management
  • Medical Bill Negotiation
  • Insurance Benefit Assistance and Clarification
  • Appointment Scheduling
  • Care Coordination
  • Elder Care Assistance
  • Arranging Second Opinions
  • Arranging Blood Work and Imaging
  • Finding Doctors, Hospitals and Specialists
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Wellness Plus
$50/mo

  • Prescription Assistance Eligibility Check
  • Prescription Drug Card
  • Medication Management
  • Medical Bill Negotiation
  • Insurance Benefit Assistance and Clarification
  • Appointment Scheduling
  • Care Coordination
  • Elder Care Assistance
  • Arranging Second Opinions
  • Arranging Blood Work and Imaging
  • Finding Doctors, Hospitals and Specialists
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When working with My Virtual Doctor's advocates, it's best to:

  • Clearly explain the kind of help you need and your concerns.
  • Give our contact information to your healthcare team and give us your healthcare team’s contact information.
  • Provide details of your medical history. In many cases, our patients share their health records with us so we can refer to test results or notes, ask for refills on prescription medication, and even email questions or concerns to the physician.