As healthcare expenses continue to shift to consumers, you may have experienced increasing out-of-pocket costs. Whether it’s routine care or an emergency, it can be stressful to balance rising self-pay amounts with the rest of your budget. Many health insurance plans now include high deductibles, copays and coinsurance, which you have to pay out-of-pocket before your insurance will cover the cost of care.
The statistics on rising deductibles and copays reveal how rapidly the costs are rising — and how many people like you are being affected. Increasing healthcare costs mean you may receive a bill from your provider that is higher than you expected. When you suddenly have to consider a medical bill as part of your budget, it can make it difficult to manage your other out of pocket expenses.
A healthcare credit card like CareCredit is one way to help pay for unanticipated doctor bills and increasing out-of-pocket costs. It can help you always be prepared for multiple treatments, office visits or emergencies. You’ll have the flexibility you need to manage your healthcare expenses in an ever-changing landscape.
Another added benefit is CareCredit’s Pay My Provider, a secure online portal where you can pay healthcare bills with your CareCredit credit card after you leave your provider’s office. Choose a special financing option** on purchases of $200 or more, and pay over time with affordable monthly payments. It’s just one more way to help take the stress out of fitting healthcare into your budget.
- Manage rising self-pay costs and surprise bills
- Pay over time with promotional financing options**
- Fit care into your budget with convenient monthly payments
- Be prepared to pay for ongoing care or emergencies
- Pay bills online anytime through Pay My Provider
*Kaiser/HRET Survey of Employer-Sponsored Health Benefits, 2006-2015.
**Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. See carecredit.com for details.
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