Sports Hernia – Insurance
Don’t Let Insurance (or Lack Thereof) Keep You From Sports Hernia Surgery
You’ve been through the doctor appointments, the specialist visits and the consultations. Now, sports hernia repair surgery might be in your future. Even with recovery as your top priority, it’s hard to ignore the calculator in the back of your mind adding up the costs. Unexpected medical bills can throw even the most careful budgeter off track. It’s important to understand how insurance can affect the costs of sports hernia repair. Different plans and costs can be confusing, but Dr. William Brown’s team has years of experience working with patients to find the best financial options, whether you have health insurance or self-pay.
Most insurance plans have a deductible. This means that you’ll pay your deductible amount before insurance covers any costs. If your deductible is $2000, then you’re responsible for the first $2000 of your medical expenses.…