Before you see a specialist for an expensive medical treatment or get treated in a hospital, you should:
* get an estimate from your specialist on the cost of treatment
* call your insurance company's hotline
* check on the amount of your coverage
* get a second opinion (through your insurer) on other suitable specialists
This can save you a lot of money, and avoid paying for expenses that are not covered by your insurance plan.
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