The US spends more on health care than any other country in the world. Although many of those dollars are put to good use, a lot of them are spent needlessly. Dr. Schwindt shares his insights to save
An ER Doctor's Guide on how to save time and money
In this new book, author Dr. Mitchel Schwindt offers tips on lowering health care costs so consumers keep more of their money and save time as well. The United States spends a higher percentage of its gross domestic product on health care than any other country in the world. Although many of those dollars are put to good use, a lot of them are spent needlessly.
Free on Amazon
His publisher, Sunrise River Press, is promoting the book by giving away free downloads on Amazon Jan 11-13th. The book can be found at: http://amzn.to/12YwbBo
Having inside information is an advantage in almost every instance, including saving money on health care. In this new book, author Dr. Schwindt offers tips on lowering health care costs by sharing the inside information that allows patients to effectively partner with their health care provider. One of goals is to allow patients to keep more of their money. It's no secret that health care organizations are in the business to make money. What's not as well known is how to save money when seeking care for common problems and illness.
This new book provides the tools for readers to become more educated health care consumers and is available on Amazon, iBooks and direct from the publisher Sunrise River Press. It is offered free Jan 11-13th for the first time as a promotion from the publisher and in efforts to help the broader audience gain control of their health care spending.
Dr. Schwindt reveals why health care costs keep rising, provides insight on how doctors make decisions on which tests to order and medicines to prescribe and how patients can advocate for themselves allowing savings of time and money.
This book presents real case scenarios and allows readers to compare costs for simple health care problems such as sore throats, bladder infections and common illnesses in children. Readers will gain an understanding of when and why a trip to an Urgent Care is a better option than the more costly alternative of going to the ER.
For a short video on why the author wrote this book: http://vimeo.com/56758619
Readers will become more informed consumers, allowing them to make cost-saving decisions about a modern-day necessity: health care. This book is well written, keeping medical jargon to a minimum and offers information that is easy to understand and apply.