Whether you are looking to get help with medical bills, or just educate yourself about how to deal with potential future medical incidents, our resources section is here to help you. Please explore the articles and videos below to learn more about how to negotiate medical bills and become informed.

  • Negotiate Medical BillsApril 16, 2014
    Negotiate Medical Bills

    How to Negotiate Medical Bills More than ever, patients are starting to negotiate medical bills. If you receive medical bills that are far higher than you were expecting, there is probably a reason why. Two recent studies discovered that 80% or more of medical bills contain mistakes. Some of these errors are not accidental and…

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  • Why You Need a Hospital Bill ReviewApril 7, 2014
    Why You Need a Hospital Bill Review

    Most people don’t realize that eight out of ten hospital bills contain mistakes.  These mistakes could cause you to pay thousands of dollars more than you should. Most everyone will benefit by having a specialist perform a hospital bill review to take a close look at what you were charged for your hospital stay. Erroneous…

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  • Open Enrollment for Obamacare Approaches with Some FlexibilityMarch 30, 2014
    Open Enrollment for Obamacare Approaches with Some Flexibility

    The opportunity to enroll in Obamacare without facing a penalty according to the Affordable Care Act is scheduled to end on March 31, 2014. However, President Obama has stated that he will be lenient with those individuals who are trying to enroll before the deadline, but are having difficulties or encounter a waiting period. This…

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  • Why Medicare is OverbilledMarch 30, 2014
    Why Medicare is Overbilled

    A Medicare health plan is designed to cover American citizens over age 65, certain disabled citizens of any age and citizens who suffer from End-Stage Renal Disease. This type of insurance helps participants cover the expenses of medically necessary exams, procedures, surgeries and healthcare supplies according to the type of Medicare coverage for which the…

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