Karen Rancho, President Trump, Twenty Four Hours discussed on Towel Boys

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Twenty four seven. If you go to a twenty four hour, urging like southwest medical on eight hundred eighty eight south Rancho they're open twenty four hours, and they have the ability to put you on a drip, drip, will get more fluid in your system and chance chance you have a chance to pass the stone. In this case, I made my wife drinks so much fluid that she couldn't help but go to the bathroom and sure enough she passed the stone. But those are those are circumstances where you as the insured as the consumer need to know how to get around the system. My wife wanted to go to ER I talked her into going into the quick care was a fifty dollars copay compared to a major deductible. But the thing about the the I'm going to a quick care is we eliminated hours you go to an emergency room. You could be there six to eight hours the quick here. And here's here's a tip for all you listeners. How to get through the system. So you have a health plan. You have a quick care. You UMC southwest, medical whatever. No problem. They're open till seven o'clock at night, eight o'clock at night in most cases, not twenty four hours six seven or eight. What I do is. I go to my quick care. Located up on today. They close at seven. I get there at six fifteen. They can't turn you away yet. They'll see you and you'll be out of there by seven thirty two latest. If you go to a quick here early in the morning when everybody's there you could be there three or four hours. But if you go there when they're ready to close, it's amazing. How you get in and out, and it's faction my wife, and I went at seven thirty seven when we were playing we walked into quick Karen Rancho by eight forty five we were home. These are ways to use the system legally the right way. But let's go talk more on the surprise medical bills. So President Trump by Wednesday instructed administrative administration officials to investigate how to prevent surprise medical bills broadening his focused on drug prices to include other issues of price transparency in healthcare. Now, I don't understand why we don't have that transparency. They should have their numbers published and that. Multiple numbers one number. This is will be charge. And you know, what if they if they had uniform fees? We'd all know where we're at an would also determine what kind of helpline you could buy right further in the story surprise building. Or the practice of charging patients for care is more expensive than -ticipant or not covered. By the insurance has received a flood of attention in the past year, particularly as Kaiser health news and other news organizations have undertaken investigations at the patients most outrageous medical bills before I go further. Let me give you limb formation..

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