Simple Ways To Save on Healthcare in 2014
There are plenty of ways to save money in the nation’s new healthcare system, but they aren’t always apparent.
In this interview, Frank Darras, America’s Top Disability Lawyer, discusses simple ways to save hundreds — or thousands! — on healthcare in 2014.
Quote from the Show:
“A lot of us take medications. Lipitor comes in a 20mg tablet. The cost for a 20mg supply is about the same as a 40mg tablet. You can split them* [40mg tablets] and save about $1000 a year.”
*Always ask your pharmacist first.
You will learn:
- How to save money on operations
- When to go to the hospital’s trauma center vs. outpatient clinics
- Ways to save money on prescriptions medication
- How to be a better overall consumer of healthcare
No doubt there will continue to be confusion about healthcare changes in the coming years. Here are a couple reliable sources you can use to stay on top of these changes:
Key Features of the Affordable Care Act – President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, usually refered to as ObamaCare on March 23, 2010. This reform will continue to be rolled out over the next four year according to HHS.gov.
ConsumerReports.org – The contriversial Affordable Care Act is expected to continually change over the next few years. Websites like ConsumerReports.org and DarrasLaw.com can help you stay up-to-date on many of these adjustments.