Employers are looking to save money by changing (er, shrinking) health benefits, and that means bigger co-pays and deductibles for patients. Then, there are the unemployed, who often have no health insurance at all. This means New Jerseyans may be facing higher out-of-pocket medical bills.
Rather than simply accepting an eye-popping tally for health services, go proactive. Everything is negotiable. Even medical bills. Here’s how to do it:
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