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I Need A Surgery
Providing you with smarter choices for your surgeries
Providing you with smarter choices for your surgeries
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If you have spinal stenosis or slipped #vertebrae, your doctor may recommend #SpinalFusion surgery, or lumbar fusion surgery to restore your spine. This is a fairly extensive procedure that can cost up to $90,000 or more at a hospital. 

You can save on out-of-pocket costs for this procedure when you have surgery at an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) instead of at a #hospital. Learn more in our latest blog post!

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For many patients, the high cost of #surgery can put a dent in their budget and it can be difficult to find financial help in the event of an emergency. If you have been diagnosed with a #health issue and need surgery, consider booking your procedure with I Need A Surgery to save on the cost of your #procedure without compromising on quality care. Learn more in our latest blog post!

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Hip replacement implants can strengthen the hips and help you enjoy a better quality of life. When non-operative treatments are no longer working for you and you need something more aggressive, talk to your #surgeon about getting #HipReplacement surgery and schedule your procedure through I Need A Surgery to save time and money.

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Register for our "Understanding and Containing Healthcare Costs" event happening on Thursday, September 18, 2014! We look forward to connecting with you.
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When persistent #KneePain is keeping you up at night and conservative treatments are not working for you, consider the benefits of total knee replacement surgery. 

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The “Comparing Payments to Ambulatory Surgery Centers and #Hospital Outpatient Departments” study shows that having your #surgery performed at an ASC will indeed be less expensive than at a hospital.

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According to medical experts, approximately 40 to 80 percent of our medical bills contain errors, and Kaiser Health News estimates that nearly $68 billion in #healthcare spending is lost to fraud and billing mistakes every year. 

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How would lower reimbursement affect hospitals? Becker’s Hospital Review answers the debate in this article.

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 According to The Atlantic, protecting the future of medical professions means doing what’s best for #patients, not the #hospital.

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When you think of shopping, you think of groceries, clothing, or even looking for a new house – but #healthcare never really was something that you’ve associated with shopping for. However, that is all beginning to change.
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