Cutting Healthcare Costs with Crucial Knowledge with Scott Heiser – Episode 229

July 20, 2020

We all want to reign in the spiraling costs of healthcare, so that’s why we’re talking today with Scott Heiser. Scott has more than twenty years of experience as a consultant for clients in the insurance and healthcare system. During those years he also led and developed an employee benefit practice that managed more than half a billion dollars in health benefits. Scott knows the ins and outs of what can feel like the overwhelming world of healthcare and insurance- in fact in his book: “Healthcare is Making Me Sick”, he dives into this very topic. Today, he is dedicated to sharing his knowledge to help educate and empower all of us who visit the doctor! So be sure and listen if you’re interested in spending less money while receiving better healthcare.

And you find more helpful healthcare information on Scott’s site:

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One comment on “Cutting Healthcare Costs with Crucial Knowledge with Scott Heiser – Episode 229

  1. Kayla Cuppy Jul 24, 2020

    This is wonderful information! While I worked as a customer service rep and claims processor for the State of Alaska insurance and am familiar with inurance terms, I have found that the vast majority of people have NO idea what they need to be looking for with insurance. And as far as medical tourism, most people in Alaska actually go to Mexico for dental work because it’s so much cheaper! Another good place to look for insurance is Unions! For most, depending on your employer, you can pay a associate member fee and great REALLY great insurance. Full disclosure, I currently work for the USPS and am a representative for the American Postal Workers Union health plan lol.