With COVID-19 cases and healthcare costs increasing, it’s more and more necessary to understand what your health insurance plan will cover.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak Highlights the Need for Greater Transparency in the Healthcare Industry
As the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise, people are becoming more concerned about prevention, testing, and possible treatment.
To cultivate patient confidence, companies must invest in technology that seamlessly integrates medical and financial data to deliver pricing information to patients, physicians, and staff in real-time.
Looking at the current healthcare landscape, it seems healthcare appointments are struggling to keep up despite the last 10 years of innovation.
A lack of price transparency is failing patients. Without it, patients cannot seek out the highest quality healthcare at the lowest cost, and doctors and administrators can’t make cost-conscious decisions.
The cost of health care in the United States remains a challenging puzzle for patients and providers. Absent of clear, easy-to-understand pricing guidelines that span across state lines, many struggle to determine the actual price of a medical procedure.