I have followed the launch and expansion of Virta Health since it started. https://forum.lowcarber.org/showthr...t=478789&page=3
They have an email list that sends updates and they have been very successful raising buckets more of venture capital funding and now manage some huge accounts, one is part of the VA system, some state BC/BS plans. I donít have personal knowledge but I believe the individual program with them is still rather expensive and outside insurance coverage. The research tab on their website is helpful.
As an alternative that may be covered by insurance, this is a long list of low carb doctors in the United States and around the world. https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/doctors
The other new positive development stemming from Covid, is many doctors were able to expand their telehealth presence. One that I follow is Dr. Tro, and he is now licensed in some 30+ states. This is Direct primary care, so it is also outside of insurance programs, but he has reasonable short term coaching programs and provides free resources to start right on his website. His coach Amy Eiges is amazing! See her articles on their blog. https://www.doctortro.com/
But also go back to check that DietDoctor list, because some of those well-known low-carb doctors have also applied for telehealth licenses in other states, it is noted if Remote Consultations
are available. Virta Health already has these licenses to operate in other states, but it became more widespread in the past 18 months. If a local doctor will work with a patient for blood draws and medication management, the world is your oyster.
And yet another option is to take a low carb course/masterclass on-line. Dr Westman offers a Keto course at his Adapt Your Life Academy. https://adaptyourlifeacademy.com
, sure there are other courses from LC Diabetes educators. And for a simple, well written book explaining low carb, his new book, End Your Carb Confusion
, is very good.