Traditional Healthcare VS Big Tree Virtual Care
How does the Big Tree Solutions program compare to the traditional health care system? Well to start, there are a lot more similarities than differences. In both systems you meet with a doctor, fill out forms to help speed the process and are prescribed medicines. In both systems, someone pays money to compensate for the health care system for the care.
Big Tree believes, however, that we can do better. We believe that health care can be “relational” (in that you get care from a real person that you come to trust) and “affordable” (in that you can get fairly advanced care for chronic disease for a price that nearly everyone can afford, even without insurance). While we recognize that if each patient pays in $1,000/month a few patients will be able to afford to get very advanced care, we also see that such a system has created hundreds of thousands of working people in the US that functionally have no access to chronic disease care.
I am beyond impressed with the quality of care Big Tree has to offer. They truly go above and beyond to provide top notch service to their patients, their level of medical knowledge is astonishing, and being under their care plan has saved me so much money this winter. Don’t think twice and sign up now!– Samantha
Spectacular service amazing health professionals and lab tests included for zero extra dollars! I would recommend to everyone but then they would get too busy soooo only Some of you should go and love it like I do! Lol– Kent
I needed an appointment right away and they were able to get me on the same day! It was a painless process to enroll as a new patient. Honestly, the hands-down best experience I’ve had in a long time. Everyone was super nice and down to earth. I love that I was able to send a text/email and they responded so quickly. I can’t say enough about it, I was so pleased!– Jackie
I have been paying $1200 per month for family insurance as a self-employed individual, with a 12k deductible. When my premiums rose to $1400/month this year, I decided it was not financially responsible to continue.
My first visit, I got a maintenance medication for 1/4 of what my prescription copay would have been with BCBS -(less than a dollar today) and a “sick visit” medication for less than $2.00. Yearly lab-work stuff is going to be $20. This place is the solution to a broken system.– Vicky
I felt it was very easy to talk with the [Doctor] and tell her my issues without being judged. The cost is cheaper than when I had insurance!– Vickie