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How To Background Your Doctor Like An Investigative Reporter

Five Reasons the Time Is Now For Consumer Driven Disruption of the Health Care Status Quo

I’m thankful for you!

The Consumer Driven Disruption of the Health Care Status Quo

Take Charge and Save Big by Finding the Best Health Care Prices

The Key Question to Ask Your Doctor to Avoid Unnecessary Medical Care

The Texas Triple-step: Savvy Mom Saves Big on Medical Bills – Three Times!

Surprise! New Law Helps Patients Win Out-of-Network Billing Battles

The Right Battle Plan Wins Against the “Medical-Industrial Complex”

Next Time You Get a Medical Bill, Try These “Three Magic Words”

How Would You Deal With An Unexpected $1,908 Hospital Bill?

"The Never Pay Pathway" Health Literacy Videos Have LAUNCHED!

100 Million Americans Are Burdened by Medical Debt. Let’s Do Something About It!

How a Colorado Supreme Court Opinion on Hospital Pricing Empowers Employers and Working Americans

Read My Mail: “Never Pay the First Bill” Helps People Save BIG on Health Care

Informed Patient + Fair Pricing = Thumbs Up

Courage: the Secret Ingredient for Fighting Medical Bills.

When My Teenage Son Went to the Emergency Room He Put a Limit on What He Agreed to Pay

A Hospital Bullied a Mom With an Overpriced Medical Bill. She Bullied 'Em Back.

The Baby Survived. But the Mom Almost Had a Heart Attack When She Got the Hospital Bill.

Calling the Cops On American Health Care

What We Do Matters More Than What We Say

American health care has a moral problem

Cite HIPAA to Obtain Your Itemized Medical Bill and Billing Codes.

Yes, You Can Pay Cash for Health Care. Even if You Have Health Insurance

How the "Health Insurance Bodyguard" helped reduce an OUTRAGEOUS hospital bill from $12,479 to $200

Hey employers: You Don’t HAVE to Keep Providing Sucky Overpriced Health Benefits

Insist On "Appropriate" Medical Prices By Revising Your Financial Forms

BIG NEWS: My newsletter is moving to Substack!

Ralph Nader and I discuss "Never Pay the First Bill"