How much control do you have over your healthcare purchases? Healthcare is the only industry where it’s commonplace for the consumer to hand over so much control over what they spend to third parties. Fortunately, since everyone is a patient at some point, the law is on our side.
Whether you already take care of your health costs or will soon take over that responsibility from your parents after college, do your research on your options. Don’t worry–to save you the effort of researching on your own, I’ve laid out the important stuff for you.
Putting off your colonoscopy? No more excuses! Screening can catch colon cancer in its highly curable early stages.
When Donna’s sight started failing, she needed an MRI. But with no health insurance, she faced a $6,500 price tag.
Together MDsave and Healthcare Bluebook bring to consumers fair pricing and better value at a time when more Americans are paying higher out-of-pocket healthcare costs than ever before.
Do you know where to go when you’re sick? You have choices for every need, from budget-conscious care to emergency treatment.
Hospitals in 98 metro areas have until July 2017 to comply with bundled payment models for heart surgery. They shouldn’t worry – we’ve been bundling care since 2012, and we’re proof it works.
Do you know your copay from your coinsurance? Which one is riskier for your wallet?
Charlie and her family have health insurance, so she was blindsided by the hefty price tag on an MRI. When she didn’t like the answers she got from her insurer, she found a better way.
Learn the lingo + take control of your healthcare options: Alphabet Soup – What are my options for health insurance (and what do all those acronyms mean)?