Over 30 million people in the United States have no insurance. Many millions more have limited or minimal insurance benefits. Those insured via the “Affordable Care Act” plans often have deductibles so high that acess to providers has remained unaffordable. Access to care is likely to become more burdensome as surgeons opt out of plan participation and accept cash only patients. The health care system leaves huge gaps for the public’s well being.
So what happens when an uninsured or under insured person becomes a victim in a traumatic event due to no fault of their own? How do they pay for essential surgery that can cost as much as $100,000 out-of-pocket? Surgeons can’t work for free. Hospitals and surgical facilities can’t survive without funding. Attorneys can’t force providers to operate on their clients. Who is going to pay for their care?
Surgifactors opens doors for injured people to access surgeons, anesthesiologists and surgical facilities, even when they are underinsured or uninsured. We do this by connecting surgery related providers, injured persons and their attorneys via individually customized financial solutions which satisfy the needs of all parties.
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