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Jaimie goes above and beyond the definition of a good dietitian. Not only is she incredibly well-informed, she is also incredibly empathetic and supportive--she really cares about her clients. She is a rock for those who work with her and guides her patients to health with a patient determination. Providing both practical and nutritional advice and specific meal plans, she takes the stress of nutritional planning out of her clients' minds and empowers them to fuel their own bodies confidently. She is highly respected by the staff she works with. What an incredible dietitian!Feb 26, 2016
Jaimie is the best dietician! She is kind and understanding and she REALLY knows what she's doing... Everything is broken down to a science and she explains it in plain English. She's the best!Feb 15, 2016
This was a very informative and helpful session. Jamie listened to my concerns, issues and questions, and helped me find a realistic set of initial changes in my diet. Thank you!Feb 13, 2016
License Type: Dietitian and Nutritionist (MA)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I have an in person practice in Arlington, MA and can work via a secure telehealth platform to provide virtual coaching. At this time, very few insurance companies cover telehealth although I can provide you with the information needed to submit for reimbursement. In my Arlington practice, I accept Blue Cross Blue Shield, Harvard Pilgrim, Tufts, Neighborhood Health plans. Insurance usually requires a co-pay of $0-$40 per session. Many insurance plans have an out-of-network benefit as well that will cover services. Nearly all insurance plans have some coverage for visiting a registered dietitian for 3-6 visits - and many allow as many visits as needed to get you on the right track. I will collect insurance information ahead of time and check your benefit so you are not stuck with a bill you can't afford. Medicare and Network Health have some specific rules and I'm usually not covered through those plans. (You would probably need to seek nutrition services through a medical clinic.)
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First I gather information. You are the only person who knows everything about you. I ask a lot of questions about medical history, weight history, and eating history. I want to know what has worked for you in the past and what has not. You will leave our first visit with a goal to work on, even if it's not a full blown meal plan. Most people have several visits to establish/evaluate goals and to review their food intake (either via a food journal or by doing a recall in the office).
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Nutrition and dietetics degree, Internship in a medical hospital, board certification, a requirement for continuing education credits to maintain my license. Overall insatiable curiosity about the mind, body, and health.