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  • Hopeful New Cancer Treatment System July 30, 2014
    Tumor-combatting drugs could allow melanoma patients to live much longer. Immunotherapy could revolutionize cancer treatment. New drugs can work in different types of cancer and last years. The two-year survival rate for advanced melanoma has improved from 10 to 25% …
  • Hobby Lobby wins Supreme Court case, can opt out of mandate July 23, 2014
    The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby and against Obamacare mandates.  They decided that the government cannot force employers to violate their religious beliefs.  Christian corporation Hobby Lobby did not want to have to cover certain types of …
  • Hundreds of Newborns to have Genomes Sequenced July 21, 2014
    Genome sequencing would not replace the newborn screening tests most states require. They are researching if sequencing is better than regular screening at detecting genetic disorders, immune function, as well as metabolic disorders. Researchers believe that cataloguing a newborn’s genome …
  • VA Seeks Help from Corporate Healthcare Giant HCA July 18, 2014
    The Department of Veteran’s Affairs has recruited the Chief Medical Officer of hospital giant HCA, Dr. Jonathan Perlin, to help them find solutions for all the problems of their mismanaged system. Dr. Perlin is known for being a leader in …
  • The Trap Known as Health Insurance July 16, 2014
    The cost of health care is on the rise and is continuing to grow exponentially. One of the biggest factors to this cost is health insurance. Third parties don’t care about quality or affordability. They are spending your money for …
  • Current Health System Provides No Privacy for Patients July 14, 2014
    Dr. Deborah Peel has advocated for patient privacy for over 20 years.  She explains to the tech community how breaches in computer systems using electronic health records destroy privacy.  When patients are in control of their own money and move …

Cash Prices for Medical Care, Actual Prices

Patients save money on medical care every day at Medibid

Over the last year, the average patient saved $8,157.53 through MediBid. The greatest amount saved exceeded $100,000 on a CABG (Coronary Artery Bypass Graft). Many saved money on affordable knee replacements, with total costs for a knee replacement as low as $7,000, and average US prices for a knee replacement at $12,000. We also have many patients who have saved on colonoscopies, x-rays and MRIs.

The bottom line is that the best way to save on medical care is through transparency and competition. Allowing the free market to work means affordable medical care.

Below are just a few examples of savings on medical care. We’ve had hundreds of people use MediBid, but we have only posted a small sample of actual costs.

Medical ProcedureAverage US PriceMediBid PriceLocation Obtained
Knee MRI$4,205$385Minnesota
Knee Replacement$49,154$12,538Thailand
Dental Crown$2,800$329Thailand
Cataract Removal$14,280$5,190Wisconsin
Hernia Repair$13,000$3,375Oklahoma
Knee Replacement$49,154$12,000New Jersey
Hemorrhoidectomy$7,138$600Kansas
Broken toe pin and set$17,900$1,250California
Knee Replacement$49,154$7,000India
CCSVI$20,000$8,640Arizona
Heart Surgery$134,477$14,000Oklahoma
Bunion removal toe joint replacement$22,900$2,900California

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