How to Receive the Lowest Negotiated Prices
on Your Medical Bills
Though hospitals rarely post their prices, when they do, it is a list price that virtually no one pays. Third party administrators, HMOs, and large companies routinely negotiate with hospitals to get the lowest price. When you have a high deductible, receiving the lowest negotiated price will save you hundreds or thousands of dollars.
To be sure we are getting the lowest negotiated medical pricing, we recommend using a bill negotiation service. ColoHealth clients use this service after they have already received their PPO discounts, and routinely are able to reduce their bill even further.
You Could Save 50% on a Hospital Bill!
We don’t just talk about the additional benefits we offer— we actually use them ourselves! For example, one of our clients recently needed to seek medical treatment for his son at a hospital in Atlanta. Even though he had insurance, his share of the charges–or patient responsibility— was still $801.50.
Luckily, he had enrolled himself in our bill negotiation service, which acted on his behalf to reduce his out-of-pocket amount to $280.52! Without it, he would have been responsible for the full $801.50.
Even after a small service fee, he still saved $401.15— a savings of 50 percent!
We hear many similar stories from clients who can’t believe how much they can save with a negotiation service working with the hospital on their behalf and actually getting real results.
ColoHealth Additional Benefit: Medical Bill Review
ColoHealth clients and visitors can join free of charge. Once signed up below, SFUR will reach out to discuss your medical bill. If savings can be generated, they will take on the negotiation. However, if they are not able to negotiate any further discounts, there is no charge.
To start lowering your medical bills, all you have to do is to fill out the form below:
HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION
- Plans approved and authorized under the Affordable Care Act
- Covers Pre-Existing conditions
- Low cost subsidized plans available to those earning
< 400% of the federal poverty level
- Unlimited lifetime benefits
- Available during open enrollment (November 1 – January 15), or if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period
HEALTH COST-SHARING INFORMATION
- Not health insurance, but a way for like-minded individuals to share medical expenses
- Waiting periods on pre-existing conditions
- May exclude sharing for certain conditions or activities
- Enroll any time
- Much lower monthly cost than unsubsidized health insurance