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Surgery Center of OK
Free market-loving, price-displaying, state-of-the-art, AAAHC accredited, doctor owned, multispecialty surgical facility in central OK.
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Surgery Center of OK 1h
Our price is $8800 plus the cost (varies) of the implant (around 25k). GKS
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Brandon Dutcher Dec 9
. partnered with “to provide employees with free surgical benefits. It expanded its list of premier providers in 2015, offering even more high-quality health care options at a fraction of the cost to employees.”
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Surgery Center of OK Dec 7
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Molly Rutherford, MD Dec 5
3rd party payment has caused the inflated costs. I suggest you research solutions like & specialty for examples of health care provided at reasonable costs w/out inflation. See
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HealthcareUnmasked Dec 5
Why is the same surgery far less expensive than at a hospital? Because they eliminated the middlemen, the insurance companies, and they got rid of the waste. Fixing the problem is possible. Watch Healthcare Unmasked on Amazon for a path to beginning the process.
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Westby Fisher, MD Dec 1
Couldn’t help but grab this screenshot 👇
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Anish Koka Nov 30
There there little guy who runs around providing healthcare. You neither have a degree in economics or public health or data analysis to be able to say anything of significance here. Let the adults handle it.
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Dr. Neu Nov 30
But the one thing we mustn't do is have people pay monies "out of pocket" (from their pocket to a doctors pocket) without it first flowing through a financial institution who will be a very good steward of those dollars & care.
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Dr. Neu Nov 30
It's weird how people don't have any money left over to "pay for deductibles" after spending $6k/yr on premiums. If we just moved that $4k to the front end by default-- making them pay $10k/yr premiums-- it would all be so much more affordable. Isn't that how this works?
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Anish Koka Nov 30
This conventional wisdom would seem to ignore where folks go to get their healthcare. A healthy ecosystem would have consumers choosing places like or to get their health care
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Surgery Center of OK Nov 30
Seema Verma, recommending Obamacare. Ha!
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robert michaels Jun 16
Replying to @SurgeryCenterOK
Thank you Dr. Smith. I thought I was crazy dealing with the extortion racket of Nancy Susick and Beaumont Health here in Michigan. You’ve confirmed exactly what I have been going through as a self-pay patient.
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Surgery Center of OK Nov 28
What's the AMA? I don't know anyone who is a member. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Nov 27
Cathleen is promoting free markets, not the failed U.S. system. You seem bothered that she would find fault with the results of socialist health systems both here and abroad. Limiting, not empowering government, is a movement worth watching with an open mind. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Nov 26
One of my favorite NHS stories.
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Freer Finances ☆☆☆ Nov 25
The federal government is a complete failure. Please stop looking for them to solve problems, they create problems and destroy greatness. is the standard for excellence. Federal intrusion is never good.
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CTIronman Nov 25
Oh, this will never happen under a US single payer scheme...
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Surgery Center of OK Nov 25
Another dose of reality from the Medicare for All utopia to the north. Thank you, Kartik Chandrasekhar. GKS.
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Dustin Kussmaul Nov 22
I’m starting a GoFundMe to pay for people’s jaw surgery in bulk, in hopes of lowering the surgery cost down and help ease the financial burden for people like us. In the mean time, the two places that have the lowest jaw surgery prices are &
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