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Claim Rejections? No Problem: How Medical Insurance Advocacy Can Turn the Tables

Dealing with claim rejections can be a frustrating and overwhelming experience for individuals seeking healthcare coverage. However, the emergence of medical insurance advocacy has provided a powerful solution to help patients navigate the complexities of the insurance system and overcome claim rejections. This article explores how medical insurance advocacy can turn the tables on claim […]

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How Insurance Advocates Bridge the Gap in Healthcare

Access to quality healthcare is a fundamental right, yet numerous barriers can hinder individuals from receiving the care they need. Insurance complexities, claim denials, and limited understanding of coverage options are just a few of the challenges patients face. However, insurance advocates emerge as powerful allies, bridging the gap in healthcare by breaking down barriers

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Medical Bills and Arbitration: Surprise Billing is Coming to an End, What is the Solution?

Individuals have the power to make contracts with people over almost anything, so long as all parties mutually agree and are aware of the stipulations within the agreement. The issue with medical billing in an emergency is that people are agreeing to receive care from professionals when they are not in an equal bargaining position,

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Faith-Based Health Cost Sharing Vs. Associated Health Plans

Taking care of our health can be a costly endeavor. The ability to pay can become a matter of life and death if bills rack up over long term care that falls into collections. That is why having insurance is so important during unexpected emergencies or when someone has a chronic illness. Medwise Insurance Advocacy,

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The Courts in Texas and the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act created a private insurance market that 15 million Americans use for coverage. The act also encouraged state Medicaid expansion that covers another 15 million, as well as, provides protections for people with preexisting conditions and other regulations. The contractual dynamic between insurance companies, physicians and the insured gradually became standardized. There was a time, I

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Negotiating International Medical Care: 10 Key Questions to Lower Medical Costs When Traveling Abroad

Senators like Rand Paul are going to Canada to competitively shop and save on care. Patients seeking tips on how to lower costs on past bills can save and receive specialized care when they travel beyond borders for health services. The growth in international medical travel is due to improved availability of health technology, decreasing costs for

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