Is there a benefit to using MDSave to book preventative care, such as colonoscopies, which are covered by insurance plans?

While preventative care procedures are covered by health insurance plans, that isn’t always as simple as it sounds. For example, general screening colonoscopies are covered, but if they veer into being diagnostic (for example, when a doctor removes a polyp or conducts a biopsy); many insurance plans will no longer cover them. The bill gets even higher with the incorporation of laboratory fees. This results in a fully covered procedure now becoming the patient’s out of pocket responsibility resulting in thousands of
dollars owed the provider. Wherever possible, MDSave’ s provider partners will list the “all-in” price for a procedure, guaranteeing that patients know what their bill will be before going in for the procedure regardless if a biopsy is needed.