1. Ask Questions
Research has shown that 15 to 30 percent of everything we do in healthcare—tests, medications, and procedures—is unnecessary. This is based on a nationwide survey of doctors themselves who are saying they’re ordering things in their own specialty that are unnecessary.
(In a more recent study, 97 percent of ER doctors nationwide
In life, there is nothing more joyful than the birth of a child, a moment in time to be cherished forever. However, for some unfortunate parents, that moment can turn terrifying and immeasurably devastating if there is a birth injury such as physical trauma or hypoxic/anoxic brain damage.
After the initial shock has passed, these parents
An unexpected visit to the emergency room is one of the leading causes of people struggling to pay their medical bills. In part, this is because treating some medical emergencies can be complicated and time-consuming, which has a corresponding effect on the cost of treatment.
However, it should also be noted that charges can accumulate