Free Medical Bill Evaluation 2018-01-12T16:17:08+00:00

1. Eligibility

Do you have medical bills? Sign up for a free insurance evaluation to determine how we can help resolve your medical debts.

The first step is for our insurance experts to take a look at your case and determine how we can help. As we only charge a fee once you receive a check from the insurance, there is no fee for our experts to evaluate or take on your case.

2. Application

We are going to need to learn some details about your case and how we can best help you.

The next step is for us to collect as much information as we can about your medical bill and insurance policy. To complete this step, we will need you to complete the form at the bottom of this page. Again, there is no fee whatsoever to get started or during the preparation and submitting of claims to the insurance company.

3. Review Process

Once our insurance experts have everything we need, we will start processing your billing and calling the insurance company. It typically takes 60-90 days to hear a decision from the insurance company.

We have a commitment to ensure that the patients we help received the most sound and up to date financial advice regarding medical bills,  health insurance, and the financial component of healthcare.

4. Success

You will receive a check in the mail directly from the insurance company.

If we are successful, you should receive a check directly from the insurance company within 60-90 days. We can not guarantee anything other than we will do our best to evaluate your claim and pursue any underpayments per your insurance policy. Once you receive a check, we will send you an invoice for a percentage of whatever we collected. If we did not collect anything, then there is no fee whatsoever, and we lose money for taking on the case.

Let’s Work Together

We guide clients through the medical billing complexities of our healthcare system, helping them harness the power of technology to deliver new financial outcomes from their treatments or medical organizations. Our success is built on the trust we earned from clients. We work shoulder-to- shoulder with our clients to solve complex medical billing challenges in ways that minimize financial risk and maximize opportunity.

Let’s Work Together

We guide clients through the medical billing complexities of our healthcare system, helping them harness the power of technology to deliver new financial outcomes from their treatments or medical organizations. Our success is built on the trust we earned from clients. We work shoulder-to- shoulder with our clients to solve complex medical billing challenges in ways that minimize financial risk and maximize opportunity.

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