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How to Understand Your Medical Bill

How to Understand Your Medical Bill

Whether you’ve been to the hospital for an emergency, or to your primary care doctor for a routine checkup, trying to decipher the codes and terms on the bill you receive can be confusing and overwhelming. In addition, in order to ensure that you are being billed appropriately, it is first necessary that you understand what the information contained on your bill means.        

Man faces $650,000 in bills after back surgery

Man faces $650,000 in bills after back surgery

After Frank Esposito started having back pain, an MRI revealed a bulge in his spine and he was told he needed surgery. The surgery was a success, but then the bills started coming in: over $650,000 in all. Anna Werner shares his story. Click here to read more

Aggressive Emergency Room Bills

Aggressive Emergency Room Bills

More and more people are becoming the victims of excessive emergency room bills…often to the tune of tens of thousands of dollars.  Most people are unaware that an ER visit often will include separate fees from the hospital and the doctors who care for the patients...

WHAT TO DO WHEN MEDICAL BILLS ARE TOO HIGH?

WHAT TO DO WHEN MEDICAL BILLS ARE TOO HIGH?

One thing is for sure: if you receive a medical bill, you MUST review it in detail or risk overpaying for those services.  This isn’t an easy task.  Most medical bills are confusing, lacking necessary details for you to ensure their accuracy.  Resist the temptation to...

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