Announcement of Healthcare Snap, a free Medicare tool

MIAMI, July 26. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In a company statement, “Healthcare Snap was created because, in our experience, traditional Medicare tools are too difficult and expensive to use. Healthcare Snap will remove barriers to Medicare cost discovery, increase innovation, and empower those most impacted by Medicare costs to take control of their future.

“Medicare data intelligence is widely lacking in the industry, and our proprietary software leverages over a billion of the latest available healthcare cost records from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that are trapped in obscure, unfriendly government website databases to make them available for search with a beautiful, easy-to-use interface that increases transparency and price discovery for how doctors bill Medicare at the national, state and municipal levels.

Healthcare Snap dynamically displays data for over 8 million different medical conditions and procedures that doctors bill to Medicare across 73 medical specialties such as dermatology, oncology, neurology and psychology in 50 states and over 15,000 cities . We also display local doctors and medical facilities, and the amounts doctors bill Medicare, ranked from lowest to highest with their respective medical codes, and give the user the ability to create free, anonymous accounts. and to share their healthcare experience for a given doctor or procedure. .”

Future features and iterations of the product are already in development. We develop tools to decentralize access to government health data, such as Doctor and HCPCS cost calculators, and enable detailed comparisons of Medicare Original vs Medicare Advantage plans.

If you are a Medicare provider, broker, reporter, or researcher and would like personalized views and dashboards of Medicare data, please contact us for more information.


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