Resources

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.

  • Things to Know for Open Enrollment 2017November 10, 2016
    Things to Know for Open Enrollment 2017

    It’s time for Open Enrollment 2017 and it has been talked about heavily in the media. Numerous media outlets reported prior to Open Enrollment that health insurance premiums might increase significantly. This was confirmed as Americans began to peruse the Marketplace site. Some Americans took to social media sites to show proof that their individual…

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  • Decoding Your Medical BillOctober 12, 2016
    Decoding Your Medical Bill

    If you have had a hospital stay or a medical procedure within the last decade, you know that the bill you receive tells you very little, giving you little chance of decoding your medical bill. You will see very clear information about the amount of money you owe, how to pay that money, and when it…

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  • Open Enrollment Approaching for 2017September 15, 2016
    Open Enrollment Approaching for 2017

    Open Enrollment under the Affordable Care Act is quickly approaching. If you already have a health insurance plan, this is your chance to make any changes. Those who do not carry health insurance may opt in for coverage during this time period. To enroll for 2017, you must sign up between November 1, 2016 and…

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  • Why Was My Health Insurance Claim Denied? Part One: Prior AuthorizationAugust 22, 2016
    Why Was My Health Insurance Claim Denied? Part One: Prior Authorization

    Health insurance helps to cover healthcare costs, but problems are common when you need to have services covered. When you have your health insurance claim denied, the out-of-pocket expenses can be detrimental. Many procedures require a pre-authorization from your doctor. This tells your health insurer that the service is deemed medically necessary by your provider….

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