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Medical Bill Negotiation Services

The Healthcare Bluebook recommends that you talk with your provider if you can’t pay your bill or you believe the charges are too high. You can find tips to help you discuss your medical bill with your provider here.

There are some situations in which you may want to work with a company that specializes in negotiating a reduction in your medical bills for you. These situations may include instances where:

  • You contacted your provider and tried to get a reduction, but did not receive a fair offer from your provider.
  • You do not understand your medical bill and believe there may be mistakes.
  • You are unwilling or otherwise unable to discuss your bill with your provider.

If you decide to work with a medical bill negotiation company, we recommend that you do all of the following: 

  • Make sure you don’t have to pay any fees upfront. You should only pay a fee if the company is successful in reducing your medical bill.
  • Make sure the company negotiating on your behalf receives a signed document from the provider that outlines the new, reduced medical bill (often called a release).
  • Make sure the company has a good reputation and experience when it comes to negotiating medical bills with providers.

The Healthcare Bluebook has partnered with an organization that provide medical bill negotiation services for our users. Bill negotiation companies will review and negotiate your bill of $200 or more for free. You will pay a percentage of the amount they save for you, but only if they are successful at reducing your bill.

To learn more about their services visit Medical Cost Advocate. After your review, you may sign up for a service as a Healthcare Bluebook referral.

The Healthcare Bluebook performs a rigorous quality, cost and consumer review of all of service partners. All Healthcare Bluebook partners must demonstrate a clear consumer benefit, competitive costs for their services and exceptional customer service.

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