Get What’s Yours for Health Care: How To Get the Best Care at the Right Price

S. & S. Jan. 2021. 352p. ISBN 9781982134259. $24.99. HEALTH
Moeller (“Get What’s Yours” series) draws on his experience working for a large health insurance company to explain how health insurance works and how to take advantage of the complex system that plays an important role in American healthcare. Moeller, a financial journalist and entrepreneur, writes with a conversational tone and includes an impressive range of information covering topics like health insurance basics, building your personal health care team, and new options for health care. Readers will find value in real-world examples of patients who successfully advocate to receive quality care without ruinous financial consequences, along with end-of-chapter action items that help readers determine the most important ways to take control of their health care experience. Whether the reader is new to the world of health insurance or an experienced patient or caregiver, this is a good book to reference as it excels at providing detailed overviews and recommends additional tools and information to help readers make more informed decisions before, during, and after receiving medical treatment.
VERDICT Readers may still remain overwhelmed by the American health care system after reading this brief overview, but will become more informed and better equipped to manage their health care.

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