Do you feel like you have a good grasp on the basics of health insurance? Do you understand how your deductible impacts your overall healthcare costs? And do you know what services are covered under your plan? If you can’t confidently answer “yes” to those questions, don’t worry. You’re in good company, and we’re here to help you become a smart healthcare consumer.
We’ve put together a series of articles to help you better understand your insurance, the billing process, and what this all means for your healthcare costs. If you still have questions in the end, the One Medical team is always here for you. Call your local One Medical office or email us at email@example.com.
How billing works
To kick things off, here’s a quick primer on how healthcare billing works — in general, and at One Medical specifically.
We’re committed to making the billing process as pain-free as possible, and we’ll work with you to ensure your care is affordable.
More from this series
Wondering how much you’ll owe for healthcare services? Check out this post on understanding your healthcare costs.
One of the biggest sources of confusion for patients is their deductible. We boil it down to the basics and help you make sense of it all in this handy guide.
Last, but certainly not least, are you expecting? For our pregnant patients, we’ve summed up four important questions to ask your insurance.
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