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.
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.
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.
No matter the year or decade, the healthcare sector is continually in flux. 2019 saw three significant policy shifts that will impact Americans in the new year.
In today’s world, even the mention of healthcare can open up a can of worms, from political debates and realities of insurance premiums and medical care becoming more than the cost of housing. Is there a solution to healthcare that can be a win for both patients and doctors—where everyone benefits?
What’s your health coverage doing for you? You pay monthly premiums to your insurance company to help cover those high medical bills, only to receive those doctor bills back with hundreds or sometimes thousands of dollars. When it comes to paying out of pocket, you need to know what you’re up against.
Americans love bundles. Babies are bundles of joy, and we all like to save a bundle, or even better, make
A triathlete trains to tackle all kinds of rough terrain. Jeff Heavener from West Grove, Pennsylvania, is a husband, a father
Healthcare shouldn’t cost more than housing. Healthcare is being thrown around the political arena like a buzzword hot potato. When