Low Costing to Free New York State Health Insurance
Call us toll free: 1-888-215-4045

Negotiating Price

Apr 6th, 2011

Negotiating price

The cost of medical care continues to increase, as does the cost of insurance. Many families over the years have been shopping around for insurance and switching from one provider to another to attain a low-cost health insurance policy that will better suit their family requirements. Of course, in today’s climate there are still more individuals and families who are paying out of pocket when they are able to avoid the additional high cost that surrounds many issues.

There is another viable solution for every individual to try before beginning to research information with the insurance providers in their locality. When you have a familiar family medical physician you are comfortable with, try asking whom they recommend. You can also question and negotiate price to gain a better understanding.

There are many opportunities for a patient to negotiate a particular medical service and ultimately reduce the overall cost. There are reasons why the cost of health care continues to climb. One of the reasons encompasses the class action lawsuits and the other is to help pay for all the additional technological advancements that have occurred over the past few decades.

This maneuver will also apply with the health insurance provider when you meet to discuss the terms of your annual insurance policy. In any event, when you do decide it is time to discuss your finances with your medical physician, bring the topic to the forefront in the beginning when there is a better opportunity to have a conversation. This maneuver will also apply with the health insurance provider when you meet to discuss the terms of your annual insurance policy.

By discussing the issues that are of major concern to you and your family members, you are opening the door to negotiate not only the annual cost for insurance, but also the average monthly cost for health insurance that must be factored into your monthly household budget.  Another important factor to pay close attention to in today’s climate is the deductible.

Unlike in past decades when most insurance policies included a relatively low per person deductible and annual deductible, the times are changing. The cost of even an affordable health insurance policy through an employer is including a much higher deductible than most individuals are accustomed. This may be the difference of even making that first appointment with a medical health physician. Unfortunately, more individuals and families will turn to their local supermarket and pharmacy to purchase over the counter medication instead.

"Vista Health Solutions" www.nyhealthinsurer.com Tel (888)215-4045 Email [email protected]