The App Which Tells You The Cost of Medical Procedures

Depending on the area you live in the country, you can come across different costs for healthcare services from different providers. Ever wondered an application which tells you about all the procedures and a rating scale which tells you if you are being billed efficiently, all in one place.

Healthcare Blue Book is such an app for iOS devices which lets consumers know about pricing information for healthcare services. It quotes a fair price to pay for a selected service or product when the patient is paying cash at the time of treatment.

The app aggregates this data from payment model that many high-quality healthcare providers accept from insurance companies as payment in full, and it is usually less than the stated “billed charges” amount.

Having this application on one’s handheld device can be of tremendous benefit especially if you are related to healthcare industry or just an other healthcare services consumer, as we all are.


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