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    by G. Keith Smith, MD Imagine for a moment that you own and operate a restaurant knowing that if you provide spoiled food and rotten service, you will subsequently make more money.  You openly employ strong-arm and intimidation tactics to …
  • Hospitals want patients to pay in advance October 17, 2014
    Hospitals are asking for payments from patients before they leave the facility so they don’t end up with unpaid bills. Knowing the costs before the procedure is important because insurance deductibles are increasing and so are procedure costs. Obamacare policies …
  • State Highlights: Mass. First To Require Health Care Price Tags; Health Disparities In Wis. October 15, 2014
    A selection of health policy stories from Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Illinois, Connecticut, California, Texas, South Dakota and Pennsylvania. WBUR: Massachusetts Becomes First State To Require Price Tags For Health Care Massachusetts has launched a new era of shopping. It began last …
  • Physicians Remove Government from Medical Equation October 13, 2014
    by Gerard Gianoli, MD Doctors in Nevada and across the country are protesting against the government’s intrusion into health care, but we aren’t voicing our concerns using bullhorns and pickets. Instead, many of the state’s 5,400 physicians are protesting silently …
  • Revolutionary Idea Could Change Medicine October 10, 2014
    For those of us who get woozy when having blood drawn for routine testing, a simple pin prick may be the blood test of the future. Elizabeth Holmes, the CEO and founder of Theranos, says that her company can run …
  • Why Accountable Care Organizations Are Failing October 8, 2014
    by Richard Amerling, MD Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), a key piece of the Affordable Care Act (“ObamaCare”) “reform” plan, are failing because they must fail. ACOs are based on faulty assumptions, poor economics, and junk science. They would not exist …

About

What We Do

MediBid.com gives Healthcare Savings Account and self-pay patients access to doctors

who will provide them with quality medical care and upfront, cash pricing. This also gives

doctors access to self-pay patients, allowing them to avoid insurance companies who

underpay and take months to do so. Our service is beneficial to Healthcare Savings

Account patients, self-pay patients, and doctors alike. Our Core Principles are Access,

Transparency, Quality, Choice, and Privacy. MediBid protects the identities of all Seekers

and Bidders using state-of-the-art internet protocols. MediBid does not sell your

information – ever, and plays no part in the financial transaction or delivery of care.

Our Beginning

MediBid.com opened an online global marketplace for healthcare to Healthcare Savings

Account and self-pay patients around the world on January 1, 2010 after several years of

research and development. Ralph Weber, MediBid president and CEO, witnessed the need

for a free market in the healthcare industry after living in Canada where healthcare is

extremely rationed by the government.

How It Works

To learn How It Works for Patients, click here.

To learn How It Works for Doctors, click here.

If you are a Medical Facility, click here.

If you are an Employer or TPA, click here.

For even more information, check out our FAQ page.

Where We Are

We have offices in both the US and Canada.

Feel free to Contact Us.

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