The Mission of Precision Health Alaska
Precision Health Alaska is a premium concierge clinic focused on helping the men and women of Alaska to achieve optimal health and wellness. No matter the goals, where you live, your activity level or budget, Precision Health Alaska wants to help by providing access to therapies designed to optimize your health.
Multiple treatment therapies are utilized to obtain BEST RESULTS:
Vitamin & Nutraceutical Injections and Supplements
Lifestyle, Exercise, and Nutritional Support and Guidance
At Precision Health Alaska you are treated as a person, not just another patient in a turnstile clinic. You are listened to and heard. All of the issues or concerns you are experiencing are explored. Treatment plans will be explored and developed to suit your individual goals and needs.
Precision Health Alaska is committed to ensuring WHERE YOU LIVE IN ALASKA does not limit ACCESS to the latest in optimal therapies.
The Goal of Precision Health Alaska
Your health is your life and you are working hard to be as healthy as possible. Precision Health Alaska is here to help by offering treatments and therapies to get you feeling your very best. This may be to replace deficiencies, get to the root cause of disease or dysfunction, to get you back on track with exercise, nutrition, weight, or to simply focus more on prevention and slow down the aging process. The goal is to give the power over your health back to you.
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR LIFE!
How and where are the visits conducted?
Precision Health Alaska offers options to ensure your access to care:
At Precision Health Alaska we have an easy-to-use telemedicine platform, with audio and video capabilities to connect with you on your smart phone or computer, ensuring no matter where you live in this great state - YOU HAVE ACCESS TO OPTIMAL HEALTH.
You can avoid the need to drive to a facility, find childcare, or sit around and wait for your appointment in a waiting room, saving you time and money.
Telemedicine allows for visits with your healthcare provider anywhere; from your office, home, or just sitting in your car.
This is just another way that your care is personalized and based on your very specific needs.
2) Face-to-Face in a traditional clinic setting
Precision Health Alaska’s clinic is located at 6921 Garth Circle, Suite A, Palmer, AK 99645. You will love the relaxing atmosphere and friendly faces.
The clinic space isn't your standard stuffy medical office with a focus on a looming exam table. This clinic space has been created to ensure you feel comfortable and relaxed.
The clinic is open by appointment only.
Do you bill or accept health insurance?
Precision Health Alaska does not bill, accept, or contract with any insurance companies;
as such, payment is due at the time of service.
The focus of a healthcare provider should be solely and clearly on the overall health and wellness of the patient, using all integrative means known, to help them achieve and maintain optimal health and not simply reduce illness. This “Precision” in offering personalized care focused on health is the basis of our name. Insurance companies often set “one size fits all” policies on the treatments, therapies, or medications they allow, sometimes excluding what would be best for an individual patient in favor of a cheaper option. Accordingly, Precision Health Alaska has elected to remain clear of the financial relationship between you and your insurance company.
Because Precision Health Alaska remains “Out-of-Network,” prices can be kept low. How is this possible? In addition to significantly reducing the overhead costs associated with insurance billing, one patient shared the following:
While visiting Hawaii, my daughter had an earache that required us to go to the local Emergency Room. Because I didn’t have my insurance information handy, I paid the full cash price for the visit. I later submitted a claim for my insurance to pay for the visit and, to my surprise, was contacted by the hospital and informed I owed them more money. Based on the inflated price they had in contract with my insurance company, my part of the cost was MORE than if I had paid without insurance. ~Brian
Prices are kept as low as possible, but payment in full is required at the time of service. Fees for services are listed for complete transparency.
If you have insurance, a detailed super-bill will be provided to you after your visit which you may submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. For most insurances, I highly recommend using Reimbursify.com to quickly and easily submit your claim online for reimbursement. While Precision Health Alaska does not have an affiliation with them, this application is very easy to use with quick response from the insurance company. Your insurance may still be utilized for labs, prescriptions, and any referred services, as usual, if your insurance covers these benefits.
Precision Health Alaska Clinic Policies
Precision Health Alaska does not bill insurance or contract with insurance companies.
As such, payment in full is due at the time of service.
Because clinic visits are not double booked, your appointment time cannot be
used by anyone else if you cancel on short notice or do not show up.
As a courtesy to other patients and to me, adequate notice to cancel or change an appointment is required.
Cancellations require at least 24 hours notice or you will be charged a non-refundable $100 cancelation fee. If you do not come to your appointment (no-show) or are more than 15 minutes late for your appointment, you will be charged a non-refundable $100 missed appointment fee.
True emergencies are an exception to this policy.
I do not want missed appointment fees to be an impediment to your care, so I ask for your mutual respect. When you make an appointment, the schedule is blocked out for you and I ask you exercise the same consideration when planning your calendar.
Dr. Cari S. Miller, DNP, MPH, FNP-C
"What one man can do, another can do."
- Anthony Hopkins as Charles Morse, The Edge
Dr. Cari S. Miller is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Aristotle once said: “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” and Dr. Miller strongly believes health practitioners should view their patients as whole people, with mind, body, and soul all working together to impact their overall health. She focuses on health from a functional medicine perspective, which seeks to discover the underlying root cause of symptoms, rather than simply treating each individual symptom in isolation. She prides herself on listening and hearing patients and partnering with them to achieve the health and happiness they desire.
Dr. Miller and her husband have been married for over 32 years and moved to Alaska in 1998. Along with their eight children, they have lived in many locations throughout the state, with the majority of their time spent living off-road in Bush locations maintaining a subsistence hunting, fishing, gathering, trapping, and gardening lifestyle. She is a strong home education advocate, having home educated all of her eight children. Dr. Miller spent years as a dog musher in Nome, participating in local races and the 408 mile All Alaska Sweepstakes Race. Currently, she is a dedicated CrossFit athlete and is very active in her Catholic parish community.
Dr. Miller graduated from Samford University with a Doctor of Nursing Practice, Family Nurse Practitioner. Additionally, she holds a Master of Public Health in Public Health Practice from the University of Alaska, Anchorage, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Science from the University of Alaska, Anchorage, and a Bachelor of Liberal Arts with focus in Anthropology, Psychology, and History from the University of Alaska, Southeast.