With all the talk about needing to find a cure for breast cancer, the conversation rarely makes its way to a one huge factor other than saving lives. The cost of treatments.
Most people don’t think about this aspect of care until you are thrown face first into a disease that is at the moment incurable, but requires multiple forms of treatment. One thing that is not disgusted when talking about saving a life, is the cost.
Have you ever thought about how much it could cost to keep yourself or a loved one healthy while living with a disease? I have. Living with Stage 4 breast cancer, I have seen some crazy high medical bills come into our mailbox. I am talking $10,000 for one treatment. What would I do if I didn’t have insurance?
I would surely want to shop around if I didn’t have insurance. Wouldn’t you?
I just learned of an awesome new site, www.amino.com/cost that shows you the estimates for ~50 medical procedures and services nationwide across dermatology, diagnostics, men’s health, orthopedics, preventative care, surgeries, and women’s health -- including mammograms (diagnostic & screening).
The tool lets you:
· Compare cost differences in your region based on your insurance.
· Calculate what you might pay from your own bank account with an out-of-pocket cost calculator.
· View and compare cost estimates for individual doctors–and book an appointment with the doctor of your choice for free through Amino.
Here is graphic to further break it down.
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If you knew these numbers beforehand, would it help you make a choice on where you went to get treated? Now with the help of Amino.com you can know the numbers beforehand and not have bill shock when you open the mail.