The site, Billy, promises to “eat your medical bills” and shows how hospital prices may vary by 15-fold for the same services in your community.
Does this break down charges for service like radiology and pathology by technical and professional charges? Or is the charge listed a global charge?
When I go to Billy using the link you provided Avast Security (which checks for bad sites) returns:
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This URL contains malicious code that could harm your computer.
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I have a question that is related to this post. I am trying to find out price of screening tests that I need every year so I can have an idea of how much it would cost if I decide to go uninsured next year. One of the imaging places I called demands that I make an appointment first, and I have to go through a whole process of questions before they tell me. I tried to play along but then their system crashed. My question is, are they mandated to have the price of imaging and procedures or this is something that each facility can decide. This place is not a hospital. I thought they had to have this information available, but can they simply require that we have an appointment to tell us? There is nothing on the website, we have to call. Email doesn't get replies either