What Your Doctor Wants You to Know to Crush Medical Debt
A Health System Insider's 3 Steps to Protect Yourself from America's #1 Cause of Bankruptcy
by Virgie Bright Ellington
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Pub Date 19 May 2022 | Archive Date 25 Jun 2022
Virgie Bright Ellington, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles
Protect yourself against America's number one cause of bankruptcy! Medical bills can bury you in debt for the rest of your life, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Crush Medical Debt provides the tools you need to get the healthcare you need, avoid bills you shouldn't pay, and save yourself from becoming a victim of a predatory healthcare system.
-How to get rid of medical debt in three simple steps without going bankrupt.
-Definitions to catch common bill mistakes.
-Steps to fix mistakes in your bills or coverage.
-What to do when your insurance won't cover medical costs.
-Tips to negotiate a lower bill and set up an affordable payment plan.
Fight back against predatory billing practices and take care of your financial and physical health! Get the secrets in Crush Medical Debt to free yourself from a lifetime of bills and save your financial life.
A Note From the Publisher
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Medical debt can threaten any of us at any time.
This book helps you prepare for that and gives you ideas on how to get out of debt if you're deep in it.
In her book, she concludes:
"You may have noticed a common theme among the successful resolution of several stories in this book. When providers and insurers ignore requests for help resolving problems with a medical bill, many folks go to the media.
"Hospitals, medical centers, and insurance companies dislike stories about financial bullying and mistreatment of their patients hitting social media or local or national news."
If you're in the USA, you're at risk of falling into medical debt.
Educate yourself on how to avoid it - or get out of it.