These days, we’re all aware of skyrocketing medical costs. Health plans are constantly changing and so are the providers. Outrageous medical bills not only make it increasingly more difficult to obtain routine care, but also cause some to put off visits to the doctor or the ER. When it comes to taking steps to lowering your medical bill, it is important to not only find ways to decrease your outlay, but at the same time to maintain adequate access to health care services. While doing that can be challenging, it is possible.
Lowering your medical bill is not just about negotiating with your doctor or your health insurance provider after the bill has arrived. It is about educating yourself on your options. It means being an active participant in your health care decisions. Read More