Physician Discounts

For a sick doctor visit make sure to stay in-network.  Show your medical card, and ask that they send the claim through your insurance for all services or tests and bill you the discounted rates.  If you are a new patient, the doctor may ask for payment up front, and you will be reimbursed after the claim is submitted to your insurance.

Be sure your doctor knows you have a high deductible plan when being seen, the tests ordered or prescription prescribed may change dramatically.  Most doctors are used to having an “employer plan” pay for everything or they will assume you have “co-pays” on your plan.


DoctorPricing.com – In February of 2006, a group of healthcare professionals joined to form Medical Commerce Direct LLC. MedCDirect, by way of doctorpricing.com, seeks to bring doctors and patients together by providing medical pricing transparency. Doctors can volunteer to post up-front pricing for quantifiable medical services. Patients who wish to pay cash for certain medical services can compare prices for doctors in their area. This is an entirely free service. Our goal is to build a database that will allow the consumer to find the best medical value…an option that is long overdue in modern healthcare. For Americans seeking medical care: (1) with high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs); (2) without health insurance; or (3) for medical procedures not covered by medical insurance; Doctorpricing.com is the missing piece of the puzzle….


MinuteClinic.com – There’s really no secret behind MinuteClinic’s better approach to diagnosing and treating common illnesses:

  • Quick – visits about 15-minute visits and no appointment needed.
  • Affordable – most insurance plans accepted; cash, checks and credit cards also welcome.
  • Convenient – open 7 days a week, located inside CVS/pharmacy stores.

 

Our ability to put together these simple pieces, results in top-quality health care and high customer satisfaction. Guiding us toward our goal of quick, affordable and convenient health care is a seasoned management team.


TakeCareHealth.com – Take Care Health Systems SM, a subsidiary of Walgreens, is a network of health and wellness companies committed to providing affordable, high-quality healthcare for families and employees.


RediClinic.com – RediClinic is high-quality, affordable healthcare that fits how we live today. Routine treatment and preventive care are available without an appointment. RediClinic’s staff provide convenient and affordable treatment for more than 25 common conditions, such as strep throat and ear infections. They also provide health screening tests, vaccinations, immunizations, and physicals.


MedCareLive.comONLY AVAILABLE IN CALIFORNIA – MedCareLive.com is a convenient, virtual clinic that allows you to access online medical advice on your timetable. No appointments. No waiting. With MedCareLive.com, you can talk directly and in real time to a board certified Physician or Nurse Practitioner who can answer questions, make online diagnoses and prescribe medications. The conversations are live video chat interactions through any digital device with video and audio capabilities (computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone etc.), so you’ll get answers right away. Plus, it’s easy to use, private, secure and affordable.


RateMDs.com – The purpose of the site is to be a resource for people who want to find a good doctor or dentist. Where else can you find out what others think of your doctor? When choosing a doctor, wouldn’t you like some information first? It also gives you, the patient, a place to voice your opinion. Your opinion will help others find good doctors and dentists.

 


HealthGrades.com – Visitors to HealthGrades.com find quality ratings and cost information for the nation’s 5,000 hospitals and 16,000 nursing homes as well as in-depth profiles of the nation’s 750,000 physicians. As a leader in the consumer revolution in health care, HealthGrades receives more than eight million unique visitors to its consumer websites each month.

 


AIM DocFinder – Celebrating its 15th Anniversary in 2011, the AIM DocFinder was the only online physician directory of its kind when it was launched in 1996. The DocFinder is still recognized for its easy to use search engine. DocFinder remains the only combined database of all licensing jurisdictions that has its direct source of data from and controlled by state licensing boards and remains free of charge to the public.

DocFinder contains the licensing background and disciplinary information of physicians and other health care practitioners in addition to physician profile information from states that have passed physician profile laws.