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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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Catahoula Smile, MD 15h
As a specialist, I can tell you with confidence that specialty care is not so expensive. Look at the transparent fee schedule of , that doesn’t file insurance and provides direct surgical care for patients.
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 24
Norman Endoscopy (Norman, OK) is where I think your patient will find the best value in this area. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 24
My pleasure. We, too, are learning from others involved in this movement to end the price gouging. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 24
$15,499 includes facility/anesthesia/surgeon/30 days PT/DME/home health visits for a week and pain/anti-clotting meds. Implant additional but at our cost. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 24
G scope?
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Dutch Rojas Apr 24
And dummies tell me all the time patients will not travel. If you provide incentive and/or remove the “credit card” mentality patients travel all day. This month nearly 200 patients as their spouses traveled.
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Dutch Rojas Apr 24
There are at least 3 or 4 places south and north of Portland, 7-10 in Seattle and 1-3 in Spokane that have adopted the model.
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Cathleen Wentz Apr 24
As with the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, people searching the net will see that it could easily cost them less (travel costs and all) to travel within the U.S. to get the best prices and care for elective surgeries.
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Cathleen Wentz Apr 24
I work for a doctor who has a surgery center (and an excellent and highly rated one at that) who charges only $17,500 for a hip replacement, including the facility, the surgeon's, anesthesiologist's fees, and the implant cost all in one bundle. See .
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 24
Illustrates the futility of price transparency mandates. Once the market demands real prices, those who don't provide them will suffer the consequences that only the market can provide. GKS
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Cristobal Alvarado Apr 23
Replying to @SeemaCMS @CMSGov and 6 others
Please take close look at model for transparent pricing & direct payment in surgical setting: Has worked for many years & implementation should be incentivized nationwide.
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YALiberty Apr 21
.'s Keith Smith sharing the connection between medical care and liberty at the Houston summit!
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 16
Uncle Sam. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 16
Agree....except....check out the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons and the Free Market Medical Association. GKS
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R. Lamartiniere, MD Apr 13
Do you trust our government to do anything that is not wasteful or full of political motives and cronyism. If they did that it would be the first time ever.
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 8
Replying to @GHalv
$15499 plus implant cost (with no implant markup). GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 8
Replying to @GHalv
Check out the Free Market Medical Association for a list of those who have dared to challenge the cartel. GKS
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R. Lamartiniere, MD Apr 7
Not for profit hospital is the ultimate oxymoron. So many use this moniker. Needs to be disallowed as plenty of profits which are just masked by administrative salaries and capital outlays.
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Surgery Center of OK Apr 7
Because they forego their skimming opportunity to apply a "discount." "Shunning" is part of the contracting tradition with large hospital systems, as well. GKS
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Doctor Kordonowy Apr 6
We should avoid turning over to government. DPC makes sense in our modern, connected economy. Codified control is obsolete and fraud filled. Direct FFS is still a fine way to do things- provided it’s transparent and purchased by patient choice.
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