Over the past few years, consumers have found themselves paying a higher percentage of their medical costs. The Affordable Care Act has given more Americans access to health insurance, but many of those plans come with high deductibles – which are also becoming more common in employer-provided plans.
This change has made it important for consumers to approach medical care as they do other purchases – shopping for not only quality, but also price. Unfortunately, the system doesn’t make that easy. For 12 tips on how to save money on health care, visit our sister site, Living on the Cheap.