Save On Medical Breaks Record for Patients Booked

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Save On Medical, like Expedia for physician appointment booking, surpassed their record for patients served in July, making affordable radiology procedures more readily available to patients shopping online for their care.

California Imaging Centers - Save On Medical

California Imaging Centers - Save On Medical

When you go online to compare anything, whether it be a hotel, vacuum cleaner or a doctor’s office, you want to have options.

Save On Medical is pleased to announce that at the end of July, they will have surpassed their record for patients served on their website.

Next week, Save On Medical will be adding over 130 imaging centers to their database in California. California has one of the highest uninsured patient populations in the country. This advancement is estimated to double the website’s patient users based on the need for price and quality transparency in the California market.

Offering affordable prices for diagnostic imaging procedures, quality grades, online appointment scheduling and the ability to pay online for health care procedures, Save On Medical is used by patients without health insurance and individuals who have to pay out of pocket for health care.

A healthcare start-up based out of Tampa, Florida; Save On Medical offers pricing, comparisons and scheduling to patients in a number of states across the country. The website’s Co-Founder, Matt Schneider attributes the spike in user growth to the expansion of their provider network. “When you go online to compare anything, whether it be a hotel, vacuum cleaner or a doctor’s office, you want to have options. As we have added more and more physicians in our markets and added new cities, word has spread amongst patients and referring physician’s offices.” The organic way this site has grown lends to its usability and value to patients.

To view pricing for procedures in your area, you can search your zip code on their website from their Home Page at http://www.saveonmedical.com.

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