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These days, most of us like to do a little research to help make sure we are getting a good value. It pays to do research when getting health care.
Costs may vary greatly depending on where you go – and the higher cost does not always mean the quality is better. For example, the cost of an MRI may vary between $475 and $2517 depending on where you go. And CT scans may vary between $343 and $2,283.
By doing some research before you go to the doctor, you can make changes in how much you might pay out-of-pocket for health care.
Lucky for you, we offer tools to help you make your health care choices. Our Provider Finder® tool makes it easy to find a doctor or hospital in your health plan's network and compare their costs*.
Log into Blue Access for MembersSM at BCBSTX.com or use the mobile app.
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Originally published June 16, 2015
My husband just got a new job and we are looking to see what options are best for our family. My son has autism and we would like to know what plan would be best for his coverage. I have my own plan so it would cover my son and husband.
Mrs. Brookins - your husband should probably start with a conversation with his HR team to learn what options are available. - HeatherA
Full disclosure I'm his wife and he's aware that I'm asking questions on his account.
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