Help with Medical Bills
Reduce the Stress of Paying Your Medical Bills
According to a Kaiser/New York Times Survey, twenty percent of individuals with health insurance have problems repaying their medical debt and for the uninsured, that number increases to fifty-three percent. The burden of medical debt is clear. Let our certified nonprofit credit counselors show you a clear path to regain control of your medical debt and improve your overall financial picture.
The good news is there are certain programs that offer help with medical and dental billing to patients that qualify. Relief can come from various community resources such as nonprofit organizations, churches or even the providers themselves. Some providers also offer sliding fee scale billing based on what your ability to pay shows.
Not everyone qualifies for assistance, and not all services will keep the patient from going into debt. The reality is that most medical expenses occur unexpectedly and cause an immediate disruption to an individual’s or family’s personal finances.
We can help you overcome the stress of repaying your medical bills.
Debt Reduction Services is a nonprofit Consumer Credit Counseling Service that bridges consumers and their debt. We offer free credit counseling sessions that help point you in the right direction. We’ve counseled thousands of consumers and have assisted in the repayment of hundreds of millions of dollars of consumer debt. Our Credit Counselors are third-party certified and ready to assist you in becoming debt free.
Please call us today at 1-877-688-3328 or enter your information to the right and we will be in touch within 24 hours.
Other Services We Offer:
- Debt Consolidation Program
- Credit Card Debt Repayment
- Free Personal Finance Education
- Student Loan Debt Counseling
- Payday Loan Assistance
- Collection Debt
Undoubtedly health care costs can be extremely high. An average overnight visit to the hospital can run about $10,000 according to data published by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Even items like ambulance rides can average several hundreds of dollars out of pocket.
While insurance is crucial in mitigating the high cost of medical debt, the reality is that the majority of people hit by unexpected medical expenses aren’t financially prepared to take on the debt and is one of the biggest causes of individuals filing for bankruptcy. We specialize in helping people avoid bankruptcy and repay their financial obligations and are ready to help determine the best course of action available.