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Make the Most of Your 2021 Health Care Benefits!

Have Your Radiology Exams Before Deductibles Reset

The end of the year is approaching quickly, and for many, this may mean you have already met your health insurance deductible. If that describes you, now is the perfect time to maximize your health insurance benefits by scheduling appointments or exams you may have been putting off due to high out-of-pocket costs. Now that your deductible is met, your cost for diagnostic or preventative radiology may be significantly reduced, or even completely covered, depending on your individual health insurance plan.

What Is a Health Care Deductible?

A health care deductible is the amount of money you pay out of pocket for medical expenses before your insurance kicks in and begins paying for procedures. For example, if your deductible is $2,000, you will be responsible for paying all of your health and medical expenses until you reach the $2,000 mark. Once you have met that $2,000 deductible, your health insurance provider may begin paying for a large portion, if not all, of your medical care costs.

Understanding your deductible can help you maximize your health care benefits. If you are unsure if you have met your deductible, contact your health insurance company for information on your deductible status.

Schedule Your Radiology Exam Before December

Now, with your deductible met, you can have peace of mind knowing your health insurance provider may pay the majority, if not all, of your radiology exam costs. To be covered by your 2021 insurance benefits, you’ll need to be scheduled and seen before December 31, 2021.

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Advanced Radiology provides leading-edge technology in a caring and comfortable environment. We offer a large network of radiology centers along with Board-Certified and sub-specialized radiologists who are dedicated to providing the fastest and most accurate results.

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