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Getting the Most for Your Medical Dollar: A Consumer's Guide to Affordable Health Care Hardcover – Aug 1997

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  • Hardcover: 467 pages
  • Publisher: Diane Books Publishing Company (August 1997)
  • ISBN-10: 0788151215
  • ISBN-13: 978-0788151217
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HASH(0xa2ee5f24) out of 5 stars Getting the Most for Your Medical Dollar by Charles Inlander Oct. 18 2003
By Dr. Joseph S. Maresca - Published on
This reference work describes strategies to maximize health
care delivery services. The author stresses the importance
of a second opinion. He actually recommends working in a
hospital to secure free health care. In addition, he explains
strategies aimed at having physicians justify the tests
they recommend. He explains that long term care insurance
helps to protect current assets-particularly a large estate.
The benefits of accredited managed care facilities are
explained. The dangers of processed foods and smoking are
enumerated. The author provides specific telephone numbers;
i.e. Arthritic Counseling at 800-327-3027; Cancer Management
at 800-813-4673 and Organ Donation at 800-528-2971.
Ostomy counseling is at 800-826-0826. The book is an excellent
purchase to assist in your personal health care planning.

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