Learn More About I Need a Surgery

Have you ever made a trip to the hospital for a procedure like a knee surgery or a colonoscopy, only to be hit with surprise bills a few weeks later? Up until now, individuals seeking treatment would go wherever their doctors sent them, often unaware that there are other options available. However, you do have a choice, and many times there is a cheaper option for your procedure. That is where I Need a Surgery comes in to help.

Our goal is to provide you with smarter choices for your surgeries while guaranteeing price transparency and no surprise costs. We will help you find an Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) where you can have your procedure performed. Typically, patients who have scheduled their surgeries through our services save significant amounts of money and will often have a better overall experience and outcome for their outpatient procedure.

Additionally, we aim to make surgery as simple as possible. When researching your procedure, you likely don’t want to sift through pages of medical speak and complicated terms. That is why we provide solutions in everyday terms so that you know exactly what you are getting. To learn more about I Need a Surgery and the services we have to offer, contact our office.

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Ready to begin scheduling your procedure with us? We invite you to take advantage of our interactive Procedure Navigator to learn more about the surgery you need. Once you are ready to move forward, you can contact one of our care managers, who will help you find the right ASC to lock in a price for your outpatient procedure. There are no surprise costs and no headaches — just us helping you get the surgery you need at a price you are comfortable with.

No Surprises Guarantee

The No Surprises Guarantee is our promise to you that the price you agreed to when you booked your surgery will be the final, all-inclusive price for your procedure. This means that once you lock in your price, you can feel confident that you won’t receive any surprise bills. The only exception to this rule is in the event of a rare emergency complication that requires you to be transferred to a hospital. In these cases, the hospital will take over your care and bill accordingly. Please know that these situations are exceedingly rare and only happen in about 1.5% of all outpatient procedures.