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?