How We Save on Common Medical Situations

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Unexpected Medical Expenses are Surprisingly Common

With the ever so changing healthcare industry, patients often endure high premiums while still having high deductibles and out of pocket medical costs In addition, patients don’t know when they are going to an in network versus out of network provider or having a service performed by a provider that is within the network. 

It is common for patients to be unaware of a provider’s network status. It is also common that patients do not have an in-network provider option. Often it is hard to tell the network status for each element of a procedure. This is made even more complicated in emergency situations when we are not in control of each medical choice.

Emergency Situations 

Once a patient is admitted from the Emergency Department, their choice in treating physicians is likely out of his or her control. When your choice of physician and specialist is out of your control, we look for these types of savings. There are common overlaps and inflated charges here. This is how we negotiate them for successful savings. This is what options we have for these cases.

In Network Vs. Out of Network Billing 

With the ever so changing healthcare industry, patients often endure high premiums while still having high deductibles and out of pocket medical costs In addition, patients don’t know when they are going to an in network versus out of network provider or having a service performed by a provider that is within the network. 

It is common for patients to be unaware of a provider’s network status. It is also common that patients do not have an in-network provider option. Often it is hard to tell the network status for each element of a procedure. This is made even more complicated in emergency situations when we are not in control of each medical choice.

Inflated Charges based on the Type of Medical Facility

With the ever so changing healthcare industry, patients often endure high premiums while still having high deductibles and out of pocket medical costs In addition, patients don’t know when they are going to an in network versus out of network provider or having a service performed by a provider that is within the network. 

It is common for patients to be unaware of a provider’s network status. It is also common that patients do not have an in-network provider option. Often it is hard to tell the network status for each element of a procedure. This is made even more complicated in emergency situations when we are not in control of each medical choice.