(Last Updated June 16, 2019)
Welcome To The One Great Gut Network
Personalized medicine. Everyone deserves the best care available, without limitations.
The One Great Gut Network is a worldwide compilation of Doctors and health practitioners who have made a meaningful difference in the physical and mental health of those with IBD, Crohn’s and Colitis.
Many have IBD themselves, living with this 24/7/365.
Why should you care about the One Great Gut Network?
Because we said so! And because this is the best thing we’ve thought of since using toilet paper in the over position. Sorry bottom or under people, give over and top a try for one week and you’ll also belief. You’re Welcome.
Who is part of the One Great Gut Network?
A carefully selected list of everything you could possible need to reach your health goals while saving you money and time. Everyone is guaranteed to have had proven success with IBD Crohn’s and Colitis.
How does it work?
Easy. Just use this contact form for a free consultation.
How much will this cost me?
$0. Zip. Zilch. Nothing. The One Great Gut Network service is free!
Wait, did you just say free?
Yes! The service is free for patients.
Do the providers work remote or in-person?
Both are available. Many providers work through HIPPA compliant telehealth or telemedicine portals.
Why did you create this amazing resource?
Because we 💖you 🙂 Also our mission is to be the bridge between you and your goals. We are committed to serving 1M by 2025 achieve their dreams through upgraded health.
Does the One Great Gut Network accept Private Insurance, Medicare or Medicaid?
This is up to the individual practitioner. Some do, other’s can provide you with a super bill to submit to your Insurance. You can also use your Health Savings or Flexible Spending Account.
How is this different than other networks or practitioner listings?
There are many differences! For one, this was created by patients, for patients. Secondly this was created specially for those with IBD.
Where have you been all my life?
Right here! We’re glad you finally found us, sorry it took so long.
We promise to do better in the future.
Can you find it in your heart to forgive us?
How can I request that myself or someone I have worked with to be part of the One Great Gut Network?
We’d love to hear about it! Please send us a message
Do you have reviews and ratings for each provider?
We are considering creating this for you. Would you like that? Let us know!
Can I submit a review for a provider I have directly worked with?
Yes, please! We want to know the good and the, um, not so good, from patients and providers. We are hoping this will up-level compassionate care, improve patient outcomes and “doctor-patient” relationships.
Will you include businesses of those with IBD Crohn’s Colitis that are not health practitioners?
Yes! Send us a message with what you have in mind. We will support other IBD Crohn’s Colitis patients in their goals. A rising tide lifts all boats. The same vetting process will be used so you know that you’ll be working with other’s who are also GREAT. Like us – One Great Gut. 😉
As with any service, conduct your due diligence and keep in mind that everyone has a bad day and one person experience may not be yours. The hidden truth is that suicide rates by Doctors rank among one of the highest professions. I believe most, if not all went into medicine to truly help and are just as frustrated, if not more so, than us patients.
Ask your community and friends for a recommendation. Check places like the Better Business Bureau(BBB), social media reviews on places like Google Business, Facebook, Yelp and Doctor review sites like RateMDs, Vitals, Health Grades and WebMD. Unfortunately none of those websites are 100% reliable. Studies show that online reviews are sometimes authentic, sometimes fake, and sometimes influenced and biased. RateMD Doctors can pay to have a limited number of comments hidden and also boost themselves on the page. Yelp has been accused of filtering algorithms filtering reviews and extortion of businesses.
Also, check The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Open Payments data on ProPublica Dollars for Docs.
Pharmaceutical and medical device companies are now required by law to release details of their payments to a variety of doctors and U.S. teaching hospitals for promotional talks, research and consulting, among other categories.
Use this tool to search for general payments (excluding research and ownership interests) made from August 2013 to December 2015. Also read the article: Now There’s Proof: Docs Who Get Company Cash Tend to Prescribe More Brand-Name Meds.
On May 28, 2019 ProPublica told me that they do plan on updating Dollars for Docs, which relies on data from CMS.gov – the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. They believe CMS is still keeping track of this valuable information and should have their database updated later this year.