The unlimited ways you can use Ravida to pay for healthcare


We get asked how users can leverage Ravida to pay for healthcare expenses while also earning cashback rewards. Below is a non-comprehensive list of all of the different use cases for Ravida when it comes to paying for your health expenses.

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Health insurance serves as a crucial safety net in an unpredictable world, protecting individuals and their families from unforeseen healthcare costs that could potentially result in financial devastation. It's an essential part of a sound financial plan, similar to how we insure our homes, cars or even lives against unexpected events.

Without health coverage, the risk of incurring massive out-of-pocket healthcare costs due to accidents, emergency treatments, or chronic diseases is significantly high. The unpredictable nature of health and the high cost of medical care necessitates the need for health insurance.

This is where Ravida comes into play, offering a platform for individuals to cover their health insurance deductibles and other health-related expenses, mitigating the risk of unforeseen healthcare costs.

1. Paying for Prescription Medication: Health insurance can cover the cost of both generic and brand-name medication.

2. Annual Physical Exams: Regular check-ups with your primary care physician are often covered by insurance.

3. Specialist Visits: If you need to see a specialist like a cardiologist or endocrinologist, health insurance can cover these visits.

4. Laboratory Tests: Blood tests, urine tests, and other lab work necessary for diagnosing or monitoring conditions are usually covered.

5. Imaging Tests: X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, and other imaging tests can be covered.

6. Surgical Procedures: Both minor and major surgeries fall under the scope of health insurance.

7. Hospitalization: If you need to stay in the hospital, your health insurance can cover the costs.

8. Emergency Room Visits: Emergency services, including ER visits, are typically covered.

9. Ambulance Services: Health insurance can help cover the cost of an ambulance ride.

10. Urgent Care Visits: For non-life-threatening emergencies, urgent care visits can be covered.

11. Preventive Vaccinations: Routine vaccinations are often covered by health insurance policies.

12. Mental Health Services: This includes therapy sessions, psychiatrist visits, and medication.

13. Substance Use Disorder Treatment: Detoxification, outpatient treatment, and residential treatment services can be covered.

14. Physical Therapy: If needed after surgery or an injury, physical therapy is usually covered.

15. Occupational Therapy: This can be covered if it's medically necessary.

16. Speech Therapy: Health insurance can cover this, especially for children who have speech delays.

17. Chiropractic Care: Some health insurance policies cover chiropractic adjustments.

18. Acupuncture: Some policies cover acupuncture treatments.

19. Maternity Care: Prenatal care, childbirth, and postnatal care are covered under most health insurance plans.

20. Pediatric Services: Regular check-ups, vaccinations, and illness treatment for children are covered.

21. Dental Cleanings: Some health insurance plans include dental coverage, which can cover regular cleanings.

22. Eye Exams: If vision coverage is included in your plan, regular eye exams are covered.

23. Prescription Glasses or Contact Lenses: Vision coverage often includes a stipend towards glasses or contacts.

24. Hearing Tests: Some health insurance policies cover regular hearing tests.

25. Prescription Hearing Aids: If medically necessary, prescription hearing aids can be covered.

26. Home Health Care: If prescribed by a doctor, home health care services can be covered.

27. Durable Medical Equipment: Items like wheelchairs, walkers, and oxygen equipment are often covered if prescribed by a doctor.

28. Preventive Screenings: Screenings for conditions like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease are typically covered.

29. Wellness Programs: Some health insurance companies offer wellness programs to encourage healthy habits.

30. Nutrition Counseling: For those with dietary issues or needing weight management, nutrition counseling can be covered.


Dental Insurance plays a crucial role in maintaining overall health and well-being for adults. Regular dental check-ups not only ensure oral health but can also help in the early detection of certain systemic diseases such as diabetes or cancer, which may first manifest in the mouth.

These kinds of plans help cover the cost of preventive care, such as cleanings and exams, and more significant procedures like fillings, crowns, or root canals. Without dental insurance, these costs can mount up, leading individuals to neglect their oral health due to the financial burden.

Here are just a few oral things you can use Ravida to pay for...

31. Teeth Cleanings: Regular professional cleanings to maintain oral health.

32. Dental X-Rays: Diagnostic imaging to identify any hidden dental abnormalities.

33. Fluoride Treatments: Prophylactic treatment to strengthen the enamel and prevent cavities.

34. Sealants: Protective coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of teeth to prevent decay.

35. Fillings: Restorations used to repair teeth damaged by decay.

36. Root Canals: Treatment for infected or inflamed tooth pulp.

37. Extractions: Removal of teeth that are diseased, decayed, or causing discomfort.

38. Crowns: Caps placed over teeth to restore their shape, size, strength, and appearance.

39. Bridges: Prosthetic devices used to replace one or more missing teeth.

40. Dentures: Removable replacements for missing teeth and surrounding tissues.

41. Implants: Surgical fixtures placed in the jawbone to replace missing teeth.

42. Orthodontics: Braces, aligners, and other devices used to correct the alignment and positioning of teeth.

43. Periodontal Therapy: Treatments for gum disease, including scaling and root planing.

44. Oral Surgery: Procedures such as wisdom tooth removal, bone grafting, or corrective jaw surgery.

45. Endodontic Services: Treatments involving the pulp and root of the tooth.

46. Prosthodontic Services: Procedures involving dental prosthetics, such as dentures and bridges.

47. Pediatric Dentistry: Dental care tailored specifically for children and adolescents.

48. Oral Exams: Regular check-ups to monitor oral health and detect dental problems early.

49. Oral Cancer Screenings: Examinations to identify signs of oral cancer.

50. TMJ Treatments: Therapies for temporomandibular joint disorders.

51. Night Guards: Devices used to treat bruxism (teeth grinding) and TMJ disorders.

52. Sleep Apnea Appliances: Oral devices designed to keep the airway open during sleep.

53. Cosmetic Dentistry: Procedures such as teeth whitening and veneers to improve the appearance of your smile.

54. Inlays and Onlays: Restorations used to repair teeth with mild to moderate decay or cracked and fractured teeth that are not sufficiently damaged to need a crown.

55. Bone Augmentation: Procedures to enhance the quantity or quality of bone in the jaw.

56. Sinus Lift: A surgery that adds bone to your upper jaw in the area of your molars and premolars to place dental implants.

57. Preventive Education: Dental insurance can cover education on oral hygiene practices.

58. Nutrition Counseling: Advice on diet and its impact on oral health.

59. Emergency Dental Care: Immediate treatment for dental trauma or severe pain.

60. Sedation Dentistry: Use of medication to help patients relax during dental procedures.


Vision insurance serves as a vital tool for protecting and enhancing one's eyesight and overall ocular health. This type of insurance can significantly mitigate the financial strain of routine eye exams, prescription eyewear, and preventive eye care— all of which are crucial for maintaining optimal vision over time.

Moreover, vision insurance can also provide coverage for more substantial procedures, such as corrective surgeries, thereby making them more accessible and affordable.

In essence, having vision insurance promotes good eye health practices, helps to detect potential vision problems early, and supports the achievement of the best possible visual acuity.

Here are some of the areas you can use Ravida when it comes to your vision...

61. Eye Exams: Regular eye exams to check visual acuity and overall eye health.

62. Prescription Glasses: Coverage for prescription eyeglasses, including frames and lenses.

63. Lens Enhancements: Add-ons like anti-reflective coating, photochromic lenses, or progressive lenses.

64. Prescription Sunglasses: Coverage for sunglasses that are prescription strength.

65. Contact Lenses: Prescription contact lenses, both disposable and extended wear.

66. Contact Lens Fittings: Special examinations to measure the eye for contacts.

67. Pediatric Vision Care: Eye exams and glasses for children, often more frequent due to growth.

68. Glaucoma Screening: Testing to detect early signs of glaucoma, a serious eye condition.

69. Cataract Surgery: Procedure to remove cloudy lens and replace it with an artificial one.

69. LASIK Surgery: Laser surgery to correct refractive errors like myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.

70. PRK Surgery: A type of refractive surgery similar to LASIK, often covered by vision insurance.

71. Macular Degeneration Treatment: Treatment for this age-related eye disease that can cause vision loss.

72. Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment: Management and treatment for this diabetes complication that affects eyes.

73. Dry Eye Treatment: Procedures and medication to alleviate dry eye syndrome.

74. Color Blindness Tests: Tests to identify color perception deficiencies.

75. Retinal Imaging: A non-invasive tool used to capture images of the retina.

76. Visual Field Tests: Tests to measure your entire scope of vision.

77. Low Vision Aids: Devices designed to help people with poor vision function more effectively.

78. Orthokeratology: Non-surgical procedure using specially designed contact lenses to reshape the curvature of the eye.

79. Ocular Prosthesis: Artificial eye implant for those who have lost an eye.

80. Punctal Plugs: Small medical devices that block tear ducts to treat dry eye.

81. Corneal Reshaping Therapy: Non-surgical process to improve vision by reshaping the cornea with special contact lenses.

82. Vision Therapy: Program of visual exercises designed to correct vision problems and improve visual skills.

83. Keratoconus Treatment: Procedures and treatments for a condition that causes the cornea to thin and bulge into a cone-like shape.

84. Uveitis Treatment: Treatment for inflammation of the middle layer of the eye.

85. Blepharitis Treatment: Management and treatment for inflammation of the eyelids.

86. Strabismus Treatment: Treatments for misaligned eyes, which may include glasses, patching, exercises, or surgery.

87. Amblyopia Treatment: Therapies for "lazy eye", including corrective eyewear or patching the stronger eye.

88. Emergency Eye Care: Immediate treatment for eye injuries or sudden severe eye pain.

89. Eyelid Surgery: Procedure to repair droopy eyelids that may interfere with vision or cause discomfort.

90. Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT): A non-invasive imaging test that uses light waves to take cross-section pictures of your retina.

Closing it out

We didn't even get to the fact you can use Ravida for therapy, physical trainers, rehab, braces, workout equipment, gym memberships, and more...

We built Ravida to help people afford to live their healthiest lives. With the rising costs of healthcare, combined with the decreasing support from insurance providers, people are left paying more out of pocket than ever.

We get messages daily on the frustrations of how things simply cost more than they did just a decade ago - even though the advances in medicine should mean that the costs decrease. Ravida comes in when you have any expenses regarding your health.

By paying with Ravida you earn rewards by doing the same thing you've already done, and you get to spread out your interest-free payments over time.

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