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What is the cost of healthcare services?

What is the actual cost of any health procedure?

Excerpt from a medical form:

You go for a procedure, the “cost” is say, $350, it’s billed to insurance, and the “agreed to” price is like $175 and that’s what insurance pays, and seemingly everybody is happy. Per the above excerpt, basically just for the asking, the “cost” is reduced by 30%, or maybe even 45%. So … is the doctor/ practice making money? I would assume so. Does that mean the reality is that the “cost” was way less than what was billed, so that after adjustments, we finally get back to the actual, “reasonable,” cost of the procedure?

I would love to see the realistic cost for a procedure. Does anybody even know any more?

I want to see transparency in pricing. I just wonder if there is any such thing?

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