I contend that insurers and health plans don’t want us to know the true costs of care (the real price), because when we find out the true costs we will realize how foolish it is to pay for routine and no-critical care via pre-paid health plans, and much cheaper it is to go outside of these billing protocols. So, would the real price please stand up?
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A primary care physician by training, my passion is researching and writing about maintaining patient-directed choice in medical care, supporting independent physicians, promoting free-market healthcare solutions and seeking sustainable fiscal policy in healthcare. View all posts by Forum for Healthcare Freedom