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COVID-19 is still spreading rapidly and continues to overwhelm healthcare systems across the globe. There are significant shortages of both staff and equipment in many of our hospitals, which is leading both patients and hospitals alike to ask, “Do we need to postpone this surgery?”.
Jennifer is a realist who faced an impossible choice: ignore a life-threatening condition or owe thousands of dollars she didn’t have. She took a chance on something new and found a way—now she’s shouting it from the rooftops.
We’ve all experienced a shift in our lives, so we asked members of the MDsave team to share their top tips for staying happy and healthy during social distancing.
Stephanie is a boots-on-the-ground world traveler who doesn’t have time for healthcare hassles. When a simple Google search led her to MDsave, she was surprised to learn healthcare could be affordable & efficient.
MDsave, the world’s first online marketplace providing patients the ability to shop, compare and instantly purchase their healthcare services, today announced the appointment of Greg Born as company president and chief operating officer. Born, a former global strategy leader for Amazon, brings extensive experience in strategic and operational leadership and will oversee MDsave’s daily operations.
Online shopping isn’t the way of the future. It’s now. According to the Pew Research Center, 79% of Americans are online shoppers, up from 22% in 2000. More than that, Millennials make 60% of all of their purchases online up from 40% only two years ago.
At MDsave, we partner with providers and allow you, the patient, to pay in full up front, so that we can provide the total cost of a procedure before you ever step foot in the doctor’s office.
March is here, and this month isn’t just about the start of spring—it’s Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. If you’re young, you might not think that’s particularly relevant to you, but colon health is important for people of all ages.
Let’s be real, hearing the word insurance can be a little daunting. Especially when it comes to health insurance. If you’re like me and under the age of 26, you might still be piggybacking off your parent’s insurance plan—and that’s okay. I’m here to help you navigate the major life decision that is choosing health insurance for your first time.
Your heart puts in a lot of work—beating 115,000 times and pumping 2,000 gallons of blood a day—but there are things that can slow it down. Do you know if your heart is healthy? Learn the ways you and your doctor can check in with your heart.