What Could You Do with $10,000
So you’re looking for affordable healthcare that covers at least primary care and maybe even some dental care. You go to the Marketplace and find that you can qualify for a plan that might cost you around $50 a month, but there’s a $10,000 deductible attached to it. “Well,” you think, “$50 a month is doable and I don’t see a doctor that often–just when absolutely necessary.” But what happens when something does come up–and it will come up? Your out-of-pocket cost before your insurance picks up the tab is your monthly premium (in this case, $50 x 12 months = $600) and your full deductible ($10,000 in this example) for a grand total of $10,600 this year. That means you’re actually paying over $880 a month for coverage all in. WOW!
The HELP Clinics have your solution–the same quality care you’ve come to expect from any provider at a maximum out-of-pocket cost of $25 per visit. Even if you saw our dentist 4 times in a year ($25 a visit x 4 = $100) and came in for 4 primary care visits ($10 a visit x 4 = $40), that’s less than $150 per year.
So the question remains: Would you rather pay an average of $15 a month for healthcare or $880 a month? The choice is yours! What can $10,000 in savings help you do?