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Centerstone partnering with MDsave to offer alternative payments arrangements at its Bradenton, Fla. hospital
Bradenton, Fla. — Centerstone is working to address this barrier by offering alternative payment arrangements for in-patient addiction treatment at its Bradenton, Fla. hospital through MDSave, an ecommerce healthcare company.
For uninsured consumers or those with high-deductible health plans that aren’t enrolled in government-sponsored insurance coverage, like Medicaid or Medicare, MDsave can be an option to pay for critically-needed health services. By utilizing MDsave, Centerstone clients are able to take advantage of services and may be eligible for special financing through MDSave. “We know there is a great need for in-patient psychiatric care and addiction treatment. We also recognize that paying for these services is often a barrier, so that’s why we’re glad we can offer MDsave to our clients as an alternative payment arrangement,” Catherine Stewart, Centerstone hospital administrator, said.
Centerstone services available for payment and financing through MDsave include alcohol and drug detoxification; Esketamine administration and observation; residential psychiatric or substance abuse treatment; and other behavioral health services. To learn more about MDsave, consumers can visit www.mdsave.com/p/centerstone-bradenton-hospital-and-addiction-center.
Co-located in Brentwood, Tenn. and San Francisco, Calif., MDsave is the world’s first online healthcare marketplace, bringing together patients seeking affordable, reliable care with providers offering high-quality services at fair prices. Using cutting-edge technology, MDsave simplifies the healthcare billing process for patients and providers alike through negotiated rates, bundled pricing, and upfront payment. The MDsave marketplace also helps employers and payers offer more value to employees and policyholders with out-of-pocket deductible costs. Launched in June 2012, the company offers a wealth of information on its website about common procedures. For more information, visit www.mdsave.com.