Most of us either know someone or have had personal experience in receiving a huge medical bill for services that insurance didn't "cover". For example, we had a client recently who received a $140,000+ bill for a pinky surgery.
Lab work and facility fees are some of the main culprits of balanced billing. In our experience, it's not uncommon for a medical facility to mark up the cost of labs by 800-900%. They also hit people with surprise bills by providing services that end up being "out of network". With the way our system is set up, is it even possible to avoid surprise bills?
We've created a video that discusses this topic and some ways that we help our clients avoid "balance billing". Check it out!