This Innovative Way to Slash Medical Expenses Could Be Your Best Financial Move Of 2018

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The Members Card, a subscription-based community of card-holding members, recently rolled out a new way to dramatically decrease the final cost of personal medical expenses. The “ValuePoint” program, which is being supported by the MultiPlan insurance management company, is a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) network and offers discounts at tens of thousands of medical facilities, offices and hospitals nationwide.

There’s no question about it: Members of our group and their immediate family will save on medical expenses when using the ‘ValuePoint’ network

The future of healthcare services in the U.S. – not to mention how we’ll be paying for them – is still coming into view. While the current administration in Washington, D.C. has effectively weakened the Affordable Care Act of 2010, there are other aspects that Americans need to worry about beyond being fined for not signing up for coverage. This would be the ever-increasing price tag that’s attached to every doctor’s visit – but The Members Card has just unveiled a solution.

The Members Card, which is a monthly dues-based subscription service that offers steep discounts at businesses across the country, has recently unveiled its “ValuePoint” discount program that is guaranteed to slash the cost of personal medical expenses from anywhere between 10 to 40 percent. This is made possible through a partnership between The Members Card and MultiPlan, which is opening the doors to its Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) network and offers access to those who sign up.

“There’s no question about it: Members of our group and their immediate family will save on medical expenses when using the ‘ValuePoint’ network,” said Members Card managing partner William Fjeran, adding that more than 500,000 physicians, ancillary facilities and hospitals across the country are participating in this MultiPlan discount program from The Members Card.

Why is signing up for The Members Card so important for those looking to save money? One look at the rising cost of medical fees should clearly explain it. According to a Jan. 2, 2018 article from The New York Times, we spent $3.3 trillion on medical expenses in 2016 – a figure that’s just shy of 18 percent of our combined gross domestic product for that year. As if that isn’t concerning enough, the article goes on to state that our personal health spending ballooned by $930 billion between 1996 and 2013. Worst of all, the reason for these increases is the fact that we are paying more than our industrialized neighbors for a battery of tests performed at the hospital.

Here are just some of the budget-friendly options open to you after joining The Members Card and using the ValuePoint program.

  • Where to save: Your family doctor, specialist, alternative care providers as well as other medical facilities and hospitals all likely offer a discount when you present your Members Card that shows you’re a ValuePoint member.
  • What you’ll be saving: On average, national figures show that you’ll save 39 percent on doctor’s office visits, 28 percent at ancillary facilities and 21 percent at hospitals.
  • Who will be saving: While the Members Card monthly dues are already affordable, the fact that ValuePoint discounts are also available to the holder’s immediate family makes it an even more prudent investment.

Steep discounts on eye-popping medical bills could be one of the best financial moves you make in 2018. However, all of the other perks of joining The Members Card are available to you by joining. That means everything from cheap movie tickets to free tax preparation.

About The Members Card:
The Members Card offers a wide variety of discounts on everyday expenses, from vitamins and dentist visits to roadside assistance and legal services. Thousands of local, regional and national businesses accept The Members Card and offer various discounts to card-holders. For more information about the ValuePoint program or to interview a Members Card representative, please contact managing partner William Fjeran at 888-277-4456 ext. 204 or email

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