Freehold, NJ, March 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- With the unemployment rate at 7.7 percent, adding around 236,000 jobs in February of this year, many Americans still find themselves out of work. Financial institutions are some of the most recent companies to announce major employment cut backs in the following months.
“We understand that these are tough times, and we are committed to making sure our patients are still receiving the excellent care they deserve without breaking the bank,” says Dr. Rebecca Cipriano, Vice President of Healthy Woman OB/GYN.
Healthy Woman announced this week that they would be implementing a new affordable payment schedule for patients without insurance coverage, giving patients the ability to afford routine visits without worrying about insurance reimbursement and affordability.
“We are giving patients options. Many lose their insurance and don’t go to their physician because of cost fears. We want our patients to know that even without insurance, they can afford to come to us and make sure that they are healthy,” says Dr. Rebecca Cipriano.
For some, insurance premiums have increased by almost fifty percent, a reality that insurance companies will no longer be able to turn away or charge people more with pre-existing conditions, thus raising the rates for everyone.
“It’s important for our patients to know that we understand how financially they might be affected, and want to make sure that they are getting the care they need at a rate that works for them.”
Drs. Joseph and Rebecca Cipriano started the practice eleven years ago, servicing women in the Central New Jersey area. With two locations, in Freehold and Colts Neck, the all board-certified practice takes pride in offering superior service to women in the area.
“Our patients mean the world to us, and anything we can do to help make health a top priority in these tough times, we are going to do it.”
For more information about Healthy Woman, please visit www.healthywomanusa.com
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