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FAQ

Is there a reason I should chart if I don’t have any health concerns?

Charting helps you become a more active participant in your health.  It can help you be more in tune with your body's changes over the course of your cycle.  Also, if you do encounter health concerns in the future, your charts will be a personal health record of immense value, and your knowledge of charting will help you take any necessary steps to address your situation.

 

Will my insurance cover this?

We can fill out an ICD-10 receipt for you to send to your insurance company for reimbursement. Education in the Creighton Model is considered “fertility education.” When working with a NaPro provider, they may provide additional insurance codes that relate to your health situation in order to make reimbursement easier.

I am already planning to see a NaPro provider. Should I still chart?

While a NaPro provider can still see patients without a Creighton chart, they often encourage patients to have an up-to-date Creighton chart to assist in diagnosis and treatment.  

We usually recommend that clients immediately begin learning the Creighton Model with their FertilityCare Practitioner, and schedule their first appointment with their NaPro provider for three months in advance.  By the time their appointment arrives they will be familiar with the terminology used in Creighton and NaPro, and also have several months of charting to review with their NaPro provider.

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