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What insurance does Dr. Liana Hategan contract with?
How do I contact the office?
You can call or text us at 971-228-8672, or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I get technical help for this site?
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How do I contact the billing department?
How often are patient appointments to manage their psychiatric disorders/medications?
This is dependent on each patient. A patient who is stable is seen about every 60 days. Opioid Medication Assistance patients have to be seen at least every 30 days. TMS patients follow their individualized treatment plan.
How old are the patients Dr. Liana Hategan treats?
She treats patients 21 – late in adult life.
Do you offer telehealth visits?
Dr. Liana Hategan prefers to see clients in the office but she does offer telehealth visits to her patients that request them. Suboxone patients excluded.
What is medication management?
Medication treatment of the psychiatric patients usually consists of 15-30 minutes appointments where medications are discussed and needed changes are made. Sometimes a 45 min appointment is needed when the patient has a complicated disorder to manage.
Does Dr. Liana Hategan offers after hours appointments or has staff on call after hours?
Yes, Dr. Hategan offers flexible appointment times. Messages are checked randomly after hours and patients can leave voicemails or text messages.
Do you have patient parking?
Yes, we have our own parking lot.
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What Genetic Testing lab does Dr. Liana Hategan use?
We use Millennium Health. Please click here to learn more.
Is depression a serious disease?
Yes. The United States National Institute of Mental Health maintains that, “Depression is characterized by a combination of symptoms that interfere with a person’s ability to work, sleep, study, eat, and enjoy once-pleasurable activities. Researchers estimate that by the year 2030, depression will be the leading cause of disease burden worldwide.
How prevalent is depression?
Depression is a serious illness. In the United States, depression affects approximately 14 million people, according to a national prevalence survey of more than 9,000 people age 18 or older.
How prevalent are psychiatric disorders in the United States?
Does Dr. Liana Hategan take Medicare?
No traditional medicare; but we take people that have Medicare Advantage plans. The primary insurance/straight medicare cannot be the primary insurance.
Does Dr. Liana Hategan accept cash pay patients?
Yes but payment is due at the time of service.
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