Spravato (Esketamine) treatment
Spravato is a prescription medication for Treatment-resistant depression (TRD) which must be taken along with an oral antidepressant.
Spravato (Esketamine) Treatment
SPRAVATO™ is an FDA approved prescription medicine, used along with an antidepressant taken by mouth, for treatment-resistant depression (TRD) in adults. Spravato must be administered at a REMS certified treatment center. Ketamine Health Centers is REMS certified and it is also the first clinic in the state of Florida to administer. If you would like to have this treatment in a private room with experts in the field you have found the right place.
Spravato (Esketamine) FAQ:
How much does it cost?
The medication is typically covered in full or will have a copayment based on your insurance coverage plan. There is a monitoring period of two or more hours with our medical staff which has a flat fee of $150 per visit. Throughout the duration of this period, you will be in a private room with constant supervision. We will always provide our patients with a detailed superbill inclusive with CPT and Diagnosis Codes for insurance reimbursement.
What are the side effects?
The side effects include: dissociation, dizziness, nausea, and sedation.
How soon can I start?
Start time from initial moment of inquiry is dependent on how fast we get all the required documentation from your medical history. Many times your existing psychiatrist will need to send us this information and that is out of our control. Once all the necessary paperwork is gathered and submitted, it can take several weeks for insurance to get back with the approval.
What insurance companies have approved these treatments?
Thus far, Humana, Care Plus, United Health Care, Medicare Health Insurance, Preferred Care Partners, and Molina Insurance.
What if my insurance does not approve Spravato?
We take on the responsibility of appealing the denial letter; however, this process could take an additional 1-2 weeks. We will always keep you informed every step of the way!
How To Get Started
- Fill out and submit the form on this page.
- One of our staff members will contact you for an initial consultation.
- During this consultation, you will be asked to provide the following:
- Copy of driver’s license
- Copy of insurance card
- Personal medical information, such as your treatment history and the name of your concomitant oral depressant.
- Medical Records of past tried and failed treatments (TMS,ECT, etc).
- Medication List with Start/ End Dates and Dosage Information
** If this information is not supplied or is incomplete, your application is likely to be denied due to lack of proof. **