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Ways to Reduce Medical Bills
May 29, 2014
Ways to Reduce Medical Bills

There are ways to reduce your medical bills to true and accurate charges if you suspect that you haven’t been charged correctly. Do not wait until you are drowning in medical debt to question the validity of your medical bills.  Everyone should make it a habit to question everything on their medical bills when they…

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How to Reduce Your Hospital Bills and Save Money on Healthcare
May 6, 2014
How to Reduce Your Hospital Bills and Save Money on Healthcare

Every day, countless Americans receive medical bills they can’t afford to pay. The price of healthcare in the United States has cost more than other comparable countries for decades, but lately, it seems like our health is costing us more than ever. If you’re among the millions of Americans struggling to pay their medical bills,…

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How an Advocate Can Help You Save Money on Medical Bills
March 14, 2014
How an Advocate Can Help You Save Money on Medical Bills

Wading through the abundance of options when it comes to healthcare is overwhelming when you factor in things such as selecting a provider, obtaining referrals, and keeping track of follow-up appointments. Add an astronomical bill to the mix, and you have yourself a full-fledged headache. There is a desperate need for change when it comes…

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10 Medical Billing Overcharges to Blow the Whistle On
January 30, 2014
10 Medical Billing Overcharges to Blow the Whistle On

From surgery costs, to administrative fees, to equipment charges, hospitals and clinics routinely overcharge their patients for services both big and small. The medical principle of “first, do no harm” sometimes seems to have gone out the window completely.

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Our Purpose
November 23, 2011
Our Purpose

The Williamson Road Business District is an older commercial area that was plagued by a number of existing problems. Those problems were deteriorating curbing, guttering and sidewalks; poor ingress / egress from Williamson Road; excessive public/private signage; conflicts between pedestrians and automobiles; absence of any landscaping and other visual and pedestrian amenities; and obsolete commercial…

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