You pay too much for surgery
The price is a mystery
How do you save money on surgeries when you don’t know what you’re paying for? Imagine what it would be like to know exactly how much it would cost beforehand. No surprises! No balance billing! Just successful surgery!
For employers, employees, TPAs and brokers, prices for common surgeries are a mystery. You write blank checks and pay high “out of network” fees for many anesthesiologists and co-surgeons who appear in the operating room. This especially impacts self-funded and all experience rated groups.
Bundled, transparent & predictable prices
Eliminate unnecessary costs and save $$$
Texas Free Market Surgery gives employees freedom of choice. We post your up-front, bundled prices to be as transparent as possible.
Savings are so great that many employers have waived deductibles and co-pays, and still save a tremendous amount due to our elimination of unnecessary fees, bloated administrative costs, unreasonable charges and price shock. Imagine the savings!
QUALITY IS OUR FOCUS
Texas Free Market Surgery uses the same great doctors that operate at hospitals. They are selected due to their reputation of being the best in their field. By performing procedures in an ambulatory surgical center, bloated bureaucracy and costs are avoided. Not every surgery requires an expensive trip to a hospital. Simply add us as a great new benefit.
HOW IT WORKS
- Employers sign a simple contract and educate their employees about the benefit and savings.
- Need outpatient surgery? The employer and TPA direct the member to use this benefit. The employee visits: texasmedicalmanagement.com to confirm quality of surgeons and facilities.
- Employee contacts us to schedule with one of our Board-certified surgeons. The employer (or TPA) pays in advance or within 7 days after surgery.
SAVINGS IN ACTION
Thee state of Oklahoma provided a bundled services option for their employees covered by the Health Choice insurance plan. Oklahoma county implemented a nearly identical plan prior to the Health Choice initiative that resulted in millions of dollars in savings.