A doctor with the Kaiser Family Foundation, a private health care group, said the group has been offering appointments to its doctors since it started.
It said the appointments will be held at Kaiser’s offices in Washington and Atlanta, and will be for a maximum of three weeks.
The group will also provide a website and a video for patients.
Kaiser’s appointment numbers are 703-946-7100.
It has not said when the appointments might start.
“We have been offering these appointments to physicians for many years,” Dr. Matthew E. Siegel said.
“But this is the first time we have seen a group of them actually offering them, which is really encouraging.”
Kaiser said in a statement that it will be providing a phone number for patients who need more information.
Kaiser said the number of appointments it will hold is limited and that they will be limited to two to three days per week.
Kaiser officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The appointment will be free of charge to all Medicare beneficiaries.
The Kaiser appointment process began with an experiment that saw patients who needed surgery paid out of pocket.
The program expanded to cover nearly all Medicare patients last year, according to Kaiser.
It says that about 5.3 million Medicare beneficiaries are covered by Kaiser’s program.
The number of patients who have had their Medicare payments reduced is unknown, but Medicare has not released data showing how many have had those payments cut.
Dr. David L. Hagen, a physician at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, said that while he is a big fan of the program, it may not be the best fit for patients with high insurance costs.
He said the patients with the highest insurance costs will probably not have the highest quality care.
“If they don’t have good access to the best doctors, they may not get the best care, so they might not get those types of outcomes,” Dr Hagen said.
In addition, patients with lower insurance costs might not have access to more specialized care, he said.
Dr Hagan said that patients who do have insurance may be able to qualify for special payment plans that can help cover out-of-pocket costs.
The U.S. government says about 10 million people have had the Medicare Advantage program, which provides financial help to low-income seniors who can’t afford insurance.
Medicare Advantage pays providers a percentage of a patient’s Medicare premium for services, which can range from routine testing to cancer screenings.
Dr Siegel, of Kaiser, said his group is open to expanding the program.
“What I would love to see is for the government to work with us to provide the best treatment to patients who don’t qualify for Medicare Advantage,” he said in an interview.
The Medicare Advantage plan is paid for by Medicare and is not an alternative to insurance.
Dr Kelsky said in the statement that he is hopeful that Kaiser’s plan will be expanded.
He added that Kaiser will also be offering appointments in Atlanta, Atlanta, Seattle, Nashville, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Washington, D.C.