Denver, CO, November 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- When Lilac Mohr found out that she was pregnant with twins and unable to obtain health insurance, she started asking medical providers about the cost of their services and shopping around for the best-priced care. The stay-at-home mom from Littleton, Colorado wanted to share the lessons of this experience, both good and bad, and create a website where others could also post stories about their adventures dealing with the American health care system. As the health care debate continues in Washington D.C., Mrs. Mohr’s new website, HealthcareSpy.com, which officially launched November 7th, has already been receiving attention from both sides of the debate.
HealthcareSpy.com aims to paint a more complete picture of the current American health care system than the extreme stories publicized in the mainstream media, by encouraging ordinary individuals to post about both their good and bad experienced with medical providers and insurance companies. The current stories on the website range from healthcare horror stories of unexpected hospital overcharges and denial of health insurance coverage for pre-existing conditions, to good health care stories like declarations of how much someone loves his or her doctor or stories of positive experiences with alternative medicine. “Stories about financial ruin due to problems with the current health care system get the most media attention,” says Lilac Mohr, “but at HealthcareSpy.com every story is important and worth telling.”
In addition to allowing individuals to post personal health care stories, the HealthcareSpy.com website also lets website visitors to leave comments about stories and vote for their favorites. The ability to comment on stories is sure to ignite heated discussions on the topic of health care reform that has already polarized the nation.
For additional information, visit www.healthcarespy.com.