Thanks againÂ to the Wall Street JournalÂ for helping consumers save money on their medical bills. Yes folks, there is a lot of health and consumer news in the WSJ and its all easy to understand and its usually on the money.
In its Personal Journal section (I read the WSJ from the back section first), reporter Anna Wilde Mathews has done an excellent job exploring new Internet sites to help us cut health care costs.
The best part of Ms. Mathews article are the independent web sites she suggests to use for getting an idea what medical procures should cost:
Check them out, and at a minimum buy an on-line subscription to the WSJ. Its the best investment you can make, other than Consumer Reports. And I don’t work for either one, nor do either support me in any way.
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