Everyone wants to stay happy and healthy. However, rising healthcare costs may deter patients from seeking the care they need. According to a survey conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, 25% of Americans have neglected their medical care, or know someone who has,
We understand the frustration when it comes to shopping for health insurance. It can be tempting to just auto-renew your current plan and not explore your options. However, when it comes to your health, the last thing you want to worry
In our last post, we defined some of the common health insurance terms. Today, let’s discuss a few different types of insurance plans that you may encounter:
We hope your head isn’t spinning yet. Next time, we’ll be back with the final post in our series: how to shop
Shopping for health insurance can be like working on a complicated puzzle – between the vocabulary and all the different plans, it can be hard to see where everything fits in. To help clear things up, we’re running a three-part blog series on how to find the best health insurance plan for you.
First, let’s look at some common health
A recent study from Nerdwallet found that medical bills were the #1 cause of personal bankruptcy in 2013, affecting more people than credit card debt, unpaid mortgages, or poor spending habits. That year, 1.7 million Americans were affected by bankruptcy filings due to the inability to pay their medical
As the economy recovers and healthcare costs continue to skyrocket, it can be challenging for patients to find affordable, high quality medical care. At First Coast Cardiovascular Institute, we are committed to treating patients at lower out-of-pocket costs with no compromise on quality. Here’s how we do it: Continue reading “Choose the Right Provider To Keep Healthcare
A recovering economy and skyrocketing healthcare costs present a challenge for patients and providers alike, but while others are still scrambling for a solution, First Coast Cardiovascular Institute is already treating patients at lower out-of-pocket costs.
“High quality care doesn’t always have to equal high cost,” says