One of the benefits of obtaining health insurance, through federal and state programs, out-of-pocket or through an employer, is a demonstrated decrease in stress for individuals.
There are many opportunities for hospitals to improve their revenue cycle management
From tips to advisors, the media is full of advice about how to stay on top of medical payments before they become extraordinary.
Patient advocates have become a central ally in resolving debts and mediating between hospitals and patients.
According to a new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), one-quarter of non-elderly American adults don’t possess the financial resources to pay their deductible on insurance coverage.
Whether injuries result from accidental situations, negligence or deliberate harm, medical care still costs money.
This week, the White House Conference on Aging will convene in Tampa, Florida, to discuss important aspects of health care policy that will create opportunities and pose challenges for seniors.
For parents of sick or injured children, the high cost of medical care can put a major strain on finances.