Insurance Information

Duke Integrative Medicine accepts most major insurance carriers for physician consultations.  We accept select insurance for health psychology, including behavioral health consultations and psychotherapy (Blue Cross-Blue Shield PPO and Cigna Behavioral Health for Duke Employees), and nutrition (Blue Cross-Blue Shield and Wellpath for Duke employees). Please contact your insurance provider to confirm that our services are included under your specific insurance plan.

Insurance Procedure
Please bring your insurance card(s) with you to each appointment. We will file your insurance for any insurance plan in which we are a participating provider, but payment is the direct responsibility of each patient. Please remember that your insurance coverage is a contract between your insurance company and you. We do not determine the specifics of your benefits. All deductibles and co-payments are the patient's financial responsibility and are required at the time of your visit.

Medicare
As Medicare providers, we will file your claim for you, and accept payment directly from Medicare. You will be financially responsible for any unmet deductible, as well as for any portion of your charges that are not covered by your secondary insurance.


Covered Services

Learn more about the services for which insurance coverage is available:


Participating Providers

Integrative Medicine Physicians

Michelle L. Bailey, M.D. - Pediatric Integrative Medicine Physician; Director of Medical Education

Board Certified in Pediatrics. Bravewell Fellowship in Integrative Medicine through the University of Arizona.

Areas of specialty: Integrative approaches to the health of children (ages 5 and up), adolescents, and young adults including asthma, ADHD, insomnia, weight issues, pain. Special interest in supporting the emotional health of children through mindfulness-based practices to build resiliency and health stress management skills.

Susan P. Blackford, M.D. - Integrative Medicine Physician; Consulting Associate, Department of General Internal Medicine

Board Certified in Internal Medicine. Bravewell Fellowship in Integrative Medicine through the University of Arizona.

Areas of specialty: Partnering with patients looking for a broader approach to treatment and prevention of acute and chronic, simple and complex health issues, specializing in providing patients with clear explanations and practical advice.

Evangeline Lausier, M.D. - Director of Clinical Services; Integrative Medicine Physician, Internal Medicine; Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine

Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Bravewell Fellowship in Integrative Medicine through the University of Arizona .

Areas of specialty: A wide variety of chronic and acute medical problems in patients looking for a broader approach and wider options for conditions common in everyday health: wellness and prevention, weight management, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease, reducing cardiovascular risk, arthritis, back pain, common women's health issues, digestive problems, asthma and allergies, integrative strategies for cancer and reducing cancer risk.

Sam Moon, M.D., MPH. - Integrative Medicine Physician; Associate Professor, Department of Community and Family Medicine, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Board Certified in Preventive Medicine (Occupational) and in Pain Medicine (non-American Board of Medical Specialties), Medical Acupuncturist.

Areas of specialty: A wide variety of chronic and acute pain problems and medical problems when there is interest in a broader approach and wider options for teenage and adult. Particular areas of interest include wellness and prevention, upper extremity pain disorders, ergonomic issues, arthritis, back pain, neck pain, reducing cardiovascular risk, men’s health, headaches, digestive problems, mood difficulties, and other conditions that are common in everyday health.

Adam Perlman, MD, MPH - Executive Director, Integrative Medicine Physician; Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine.

Board Certified in Internal Medicine. Completed Residencies in both Internal and Preventive Medicine. Additional training in Functional Medicine

Areas of specialty: Chronic and acute medical problems when there is interest in a broader approach, wider options and an investigation of root cause. Particular areas of interest include wellness and prevention, fibromyalgia, arthritis, chronic pain disorders, reducing cardiovascular risk, weight management, digestive problems, mood difficulties, allergies, integrative strategies for cancer and reducing cancer risk.

Shelley Wroth, M.D. - Integrative Medicine Physician, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Bravewell Fellowship in Integrative Medicine through the University of Arizona, Integrative Health Coach, Medical Acupuncturist, Yoga Teacher.

Areas of specialty: Interest in integrative approaches to women’s health including fertility, pregnancy, relief of painful, heavy or irregular periods, menopause, cancer survivorship.  Special interest in effective support for women making sustainable changes to support a full, healthy life.

Health Psychologists/Psychotherapists

Janna L. Fikkan, Ph.D. - Clinical Health Psychologist; Assistant Director of Health Psychology; Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Areas of specialty: Helping individuals use mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches to address both psychological difficulties and health-related behavior change including eating and weight-related disorders, depression and anxiety, and challenges related to chronic medical conditions.

Jeffrey M. Greeson, Ph.D., M.S. - Clinical Health Psychologist; Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Areas of specialty: Integrating mind-body skills like meditation and hypnosis with cognitive-behavioral therapy to help clients treat and prevent stress-related health problems, from obesity, high blood pressure and chronic pain, to depression, anxiety and insomnia.

Garrett Hazelton, Ph.D.– Clinical Health Psychologist; Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Areas of specialty: Cognitive-behavioral as well as acceptance and commitment therapeutic approaches in the management of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and chronic pain. Particular areas of focus in treatment often include behavior modification, quality of life, anxiety, depression, spirituality, existential issues, and decision making for medical treatments.

Jeanne van Gemert, M.F.A., L.M.B.T., M.A., L.P.C. – Mind-Body Psychotherapist; Instructor, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Areas of specialty:  Working with the interplay of thoughts, emotions and the body and using person-center and cognitive behavioral therapies, mindfulness, and expressive arts of active imagination to gain balance, greater health, confidence and more ease.

Jessica P. Wakefield, M.A., L.P.C. – Mind-Body Psychotherapist Integrative Health Coach

Areas of specialty: General stress management and relaxation training; coping with a chronic condition, such as heart disease and diabetes; support in making lifestyle changes once diagnosed with a chronic condition, such as heart disease, diabetes, insulin resistance, PCOS, chronic pain, etc.; anxiety and situational depression due to life adjustments and life role changes; weight-related issues, such as over-eating, compulsive eating and binge-eating; work and career challenges; relationship and communication challenges.

Ruth Q. Wolever, Ph.D. - Clinical Health Psychologist, Director of Health Psychology for Duke Integrative Medicine, Research Director, and Scientific Advisor to the Duke Diet and Fitness Center.

Areas of specialty: Behavior change, treatment of stress-related problems, and mind-body health utilizing the connection between mind and body to improve health and build resilience and including cognitive-behavioral therapy, hypnotherapy, interpersonal therapy, ego state therapies such as Internal Family Systems, and mindfulness-based acceptance approaches.