Many people are unaware of all the medical benefits that they are eligible for.
Although many of the programs apply to individuals over age 65 or those with limited income, that is not always the case. Anyone can stand to gain by checking it out.
Here are three great resources for finding benefits that you might not have known about . . .
In further discussion on how individuals can reduce the cost of their care, Jesse Gruman, PhD posted an article, “Dicker With Your Doc? Not So Fast . . .” at the Health Care Blog.
Below is my response . . .
The recent post “How To Haggle With Your Doctor” in the New York Times prompted many thought-provoking comments by readers.
I decided to put my two cents in, as well . . .
Wow! This brief article has elicited emotions and accusations from all directions. The submitted comments highlight both the significance of healthcare costs and heated frustrations with the complexity of the payment system.