Medical technology and the rising cost of care is making it easier to treat chronic diseases, and it’s increasingly becoming more affordable.
But what are you getting for your money?
Recode’s Nick Di Paolo takes a look at how you can get a discount on medical treatment and what you can do to keep your medical costs down.1.
Make sure your health insurance is covered.
Most Americans can expect to pay a premium of up to 20% of their income for insurance, according to a study by the Commonwealth Fund.
But health insurance premiums aren’t the only thing you’ll need to worry about.
The ACA also requires insurers to cover your medical bills if you have a pre-existing condition.2.
Set aside time to visit a doctor.
You’ll want to make a list of things you can’t or won’t do for your own health, and set aside some time each week to visit your doctor.3.
Use a medical plan that offers more affordable prices.
It’s a good idea to make sure you have the most affordable plan for your needs.
AARP, for example, offers plans with a median deductible of $2,500, and some plans, such as Medi-Cal, have policies with a $2 a month deductible.4.
Make a savings plan.
A savings plan can also save you money on medical care, especially if you plan to spend your entire retirement on medical expenses.
If you plan on working through your illness, it’s a smart idea to set aside a few weeks to save up for medical care.5.
Pay off your student loan.
Many people have loans they need to pay off.
The federal government guarantees a certain amount of income to anyone who graduates from high school, or is working toward graduation, and the interest rate is set by the Department of Education.
If your student loans are paid off, you’ll pay less interest over the course of your lifetime.
If you’re still paying off your loans, consider whether your employer has a student loan forgiveness program.
It offers a reduction in monthly payments when you leave your job, or if you qualify for the Veterans Health Administration’s Student Loan Forgiveness Program.6.
Consider a disability insurance plan.
While most Americans can get disability insurance coverage through their employer, some states may provide coverage for certain people.
Depending on your state, you may also be eligible for state disability insurance programs.
You can check out the latest disability insurance plans on our disability insurance guide.7.
Check with your state unemployment office.
You may be eligible to get unemployment insurance in your state.
The unemployment insurance program can reduce your monthly payments by up to 50%.
If you’re receiving unemployment benefits, you should check with your local unemployment office before you make any final decisions.8.
Set up a health savings account.
It may be possible to save money on your medical expenses through a health insurance plan, but there are several ways you can save money without paying for insurance.
If health insurance isn’t an option for you, there are a number of ways you might be able to save even more money.1) Pay for prescription drugs and medical equipment.
A health insurance policy could help you get better medical treatment for your illnesses, and make you eligible for Medicaid, which can help you pay for medical costs and other medical expenses when you qualify.2) Use your state’s health savings program.
The American Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) is a federal program that allows states to offer plans that allow eligible adults to make payments toward their medical expenses, including prescriptions and medical devices.
The AHIP program is designed to help individuals make payments for their health care expenses and medical expenses while they are in the program.3) Use Medicare.
Medicare pays a fixed amount per person, based on income.
If a person in your household qualifies for Medicare, they may be able pay their medical costs through their Medicare account.4) Use a health maintenance organization.
Some health plans provide coverage of their members for their medical care needs.5) Ask your insurance company to help you save money.
You might be eligible in one of these ways:1.
Establish a plan with an auto payment option.
If an auto insurer offers a health plan with a prepayment option, you can use that to pay your medical care costs.2.)
Create a new health savings plan and enroll your savings in it.
If there are no other options available, you might want to use an existing health savings policy to save for medical expenses in the event that you can no longer afford medical treatment.3.)
Pay a co-pay.
If insurance companies don’t offer any health insurance, you could be able use your health savings to pay for prescription medications or medical equipment that you need to stay in good health.
You can learn more about the Affordable Care Act on our ACA website.