It is that focus that attracted the attention of RIP's CEO, Craig Antico, himself a pioneer in electronic debt marketplaces
In addition, if you happen to be given a private room because there were no semi-private rooms available, you should NOT have been billed for a private room.
Officials are looking for solutions to one of health care's most annoying problems.
I think there's one thing everyone should agree on though: No matter how we end up paying for our health care, we can afford a lot more of it once we stop being overcharged so much for what we're getting.
The prices in the above example are drawn from a database of charges at thousands of hospitals released this month by the
When Sean Recchi, a 42-year-old from Lancaster, Ohio, was told last March that he had non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, his wife Stephanie
High Prices, Massive Profits, No Transparency: The U.S. Health Care System According to Steven Brill
Time magazine this week is out with a mammoth, 24,000-word story on the state of the U.S. health care system written by Steven Brill. According to the story, Brill spent seven months researching why health care costs so much in America.
It shows that Bay Area residents are about twice as likely to die in a high-cost, high-tech intensive care unit as people
This isn’t the first time that the city of New York has tried to collect money after colliding into pedestrians. In September
“There’s no rhyme or reason for how patients are charged or how hospitals come up with charges,” he told the Times. Recently