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.
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.
One day, Mike took his daughter to a baseball game, only to be hit with the ultimate curveball a few days later: he might have cancer. Quoted thousands of dollars for his tests, he was left wondering how he was going to pay – until his hospital told him about MDsave.
MDsave has just been named #152 on the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing companies, and we couldn’t be prouder. Not only is it a huge honor, but it means that healthcare in America is changing for the better.
Twenty-somethings like me tend to sweep healthcare under the rug due to time and money constraints, but with looming monopolies on hospital prices and rising healthcare costs, we have to learn how to play the game.
Gisela and her family lost everything when Hurricane Harvey hit Texas. Gisela found herself in need of urgent medical care, but all of her healthcare options were flooded. As she and her family picked up their lives and relocated, Gisela wasn’t sure she could afford the care she needed – until a doctor’s office in her new home introduced her to MDsave.
Mary had been struggling with sinus issues for 15 years. She finally decided she’d had enough of constant antibiotics and was referred for surgery. Luckily, Mary trusted her instincts when they said she needed to keep looking for another doctor.
Dawn thought she would have to drive 90 miles to find an affordable scan for her daughter. But through MDsave, she was able to get the care her daughter needed at her local hospital, with no surprises.
Nikki saved more than $6,000 using MDsave. Now she’s on a mission to help others avoid medical debt.
If there’s one thing everyone can agree on about health insurance, it’s that it’s complicated. So let’s break it down into the parts that directly impact your bank account: here’s what you’re paying for.