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The Joys of Paying Medical Insurance

By Daniel Foster08 Mar 2024

I was doing the speed limit. A white sedan came flying up behind me and tailgated so closely that I couldn’t see his headlights, bumper, and nearly half his hood in my rearview.

He backed off a bit, but I can’t tell you how close he was when the person in front of me had to stop suddenly, because I was looking forward. I got stopped in plenty of time. The white-sedan-tailgater hit me. It’s a unique sound, that hollow, slamming-crunch of an automotive collision.

So there we were in the middle of 4-lane traffic with cars cutting left and right around us. We managed to pull off to the side while keeping everyone in both cars alive.

That got me thinking about insurance though, for obvious reasons.

I think our attitude towards insurance is why some physicians resist the idea of checking their work. We go merrily through our lives, thinking of insurance as nothing more than a pricy annoyance—until the moment we need it.

Or worse, until the moment after we needed it, but didn’t have it.

How could one insure the process of CABG graft construction? How about the ability to quickly and easily check the flow inside the vessel while leaving it in its native state? Our transit time ultrasound systems do exactly that, intraoperatively.

If the patient’s life wasn’t hanging in the balance, they wouldn’t be having open heart surgery in the first place, so why not simply check that the graft is flowing as much as needed, rather than palpating and hoping?

Sure, I drive every day hoping that I won’t get in a wreck.

But I keep insurance just in case I do.

Take one minute to see how much insurance we can provide for your CABG grafts. Click here.

Thanks for reading,

               Transonic Systems Inc.

                        The Measure of Better Results