Wouldn’t you choose the brand name toothpaste vs. store brand if it was the same cost? You should, because that’s the logic behind How to Shop for Free. We teach you to get the finer things for less than the generics. We don’t want you to stop at better food, clothing and toiletries we want you to make shopping around for the best option at the lowest cost part of your lifestyle.
It amazes me that so many people will settle for a dingy clinic or a doctor that just isn’t up to grade if your insurance will let you go to whomever you like. Why not get the best care you can? Afterall it’s your health.
Don’t settle for less when you can have more. Use the 3 websites below to check and compare doctors in your area and see if you are getting the best care for your co-pay.
Vitals.com “Shop for health care like an expert. Find the best doctor based on reviews from patients like you. Vitals provides the tools you need to educate yourself and find better health care.”
Health Grades “With more than 30 million people a month visiting, that amounts to a lot of opportunity to connect you to the right patients. At Healthgrades, we transform healthcare data into transparent information about physicians and hospitals so that consumers can make more informed decisions. Not only do we redefine how consumers research, compare and connect with physicians and hospitals, but we also help transform the way hospitals reach, engage and communicate with consumers and physicians.”
Rate Mds “1.7 Million Plus Healthcare Providers, 2.6 Million Plus Doctor Reviews, and 161 Million Plus People Helped” is what has put the RateMds tools into the media with articles published in Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, CBS News, CNN, and the New York Times.
These three web sites offer non-biased client ratings of good and bad experiences with medical and mental health professionals from general practitioners to specialists to help you find the best quality care in your area. This knowledge can also assist when people are relocating to new locations and when changing health insurance coverage.
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