On January 1st, MDsave launched its latest product to help hospitals meet federal price transparency requirements. These rules are outlined in the Hospital Price Transparency Final Rule, and MDsave’s solution gives hospitals the additional option to allow patients to instantly purchase shoppable, bundled procedures without risk of surprise bills.
Jaime needed an echo, but his insurance would only cover half of the costs—meaning he’d be left paying nearly $4,500. When his hospital told him about MDsave, the savings spoke for themselves; Jaime knew he’d found the solution he’d been looking for.
When Ann, a small business owner on a high deductible health plan, was referred to a cardiologist for important heart screenings, she faced enormous estimates for her care. Fortunately, she discovered MDsave, which not only saved her thousands of dollars but helped her navigate the complexities of today’s healthcare system.
MDsave has announced the appointment of Patrick Gilmore as Chief Commercial Officer. Mr. Gilmore comes to MDsave with a proven background in Sales, Account Management, Marketing, Channels and Business Development and will oversee MDsave’s scaling and continued growth.
When George, a veteran, had his insurance denied at his local hospital, MDsave helped him get the tests he needed—and for a lower price than his original copay would have been. Now, he wants to get the word out about how everyone can get affordable care through MDsave.
When Mindy’s legs started swelling for unknown reasons, she needed answers. But with a high deductible insurance plan, getting those answers would mean spending thousands of dollars on medical tests—or so she thought. MDsave helped her get the answers she needed—and at a fraction of the cost.
After using MDsave as a patient, Kay is now passionate about bringing it to her own patients so that they can afford their care.
Federal momentum towards healthcare price transparency surged forward with the June 23 summary judgment of U.S. District Court Judge Carl Nichols, upholding the power of the Department of Health and Human Services to require hospitals to publicly post their prices—even those negotiated with insurers.
As of Thursday, June 18, a mind-blowing 47.5MM have filed jobless claims in the U.S. since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. For these Americans, that can mean losing health insurance, reliable income and the means to pay for everyday expenses. As doctors and hospitals open for elective procedures, MDsave is making sure that these workers and their families aren’t left without medical care.
Laura was due for a mammogram but her local doctor’s office didn’t have the proper equipment. Buying a mammogram online showed her a new way to take control of her healthcare.