Mira Healthcare Resources

Mira Healthcare Resources

Our in-house team synthesizes scientific research and translates them into easy-to-digest content for you to get educated on the latest health and healthcare information.

What Lab Tests Should I Get Every Year?
Wellness

What Lab Tests Should I Get Every Year?

Most adults should get a complete blood count (CBC), A1c test, and lipid panel every year. Your doctor may recommend additional lab tests based on your family history and current lifestyle. Contact us to learn more about how much you can save on labs

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan29 Mar 2022
Best Supplemental Health Insurance Plans in 2021
Health Insurance

Best Supplemental Health Insurance Plans in 2021

Various supplemental plans are available depending on your needs, including accident, dental, and critical illness insurance. The best overall supplemental health insurance includes United Healthcare.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini10 Nov 2021
What's the Best Medicine for a Headache?
Wellness

What's the Best Medicine for a Headache?

Simple pain relievers are the best medicine for minor headache relief. These medicines include acetaminophen, aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen.

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan8 Nov 2021
How Much Does Zoloft Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
Mental Health

How Much Does Zoloft Cost Without Insurance in 2021?

Without insurance, Zoloft can cost over $500 depending on where you obtain the prescription. Opting for the generic version or subscribing to a prescription service can help save you hundreds on your Zoloft prescription.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks4 Nov 2021
Should I Go to Urgent Care for IBS?
Insights

Should I Go to Urgent Care for IBS?

In more mild cases, an urgent care visit may be suitable for your IBS. If you feel as though you are experiencing a medical emergency, make sure to call 911.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini3 Nov 2021
How To Save Money On Vaccines in 2021?
Insights

How To Save Money On Vaccines in 2021?

There are multiple ways you can save money on vaccinations, for both children and adults including The Vaccine for Children Program, Patient Assistance Programs, and vaccine clinics.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini1 Nov 2021
How Much Does Cataract Surgery Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
Wellness

How Much Does Cataract Surgery Cost Without Insurance in 2021?

On average, we found that laser-assisted cataract surgery costs $2,338.40 per eye. This cost can be affected by the type of lens replacement, the technology used, and the surgeon’s experience level.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini1 Nov 2021
How Much Does Anesthesia Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
Insights

How Much Does Anesthesia Cost Without Insurance in 2021?

The total costs of your anesthesia can range from just $200 to $3,500 and the cost depends mainly on the type of anesthesia, whether that be local, regional, general anesthesia, or sedation.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks27 Oct 2021
How Much Does Primary Care Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
Wellness

How Much Does Primary Care Cost Without Insurance in 2021?

The cost of a primary care visit without insurance generally ranges from $150-$300 for a basic visit and averages $171 across major cities in the United States.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks27 Oct 2021
How Much Does Adderall Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
Prescriptions

How Much Does Adderall Cost Without Insurance in 2021?

On average, it costs $284.54 for thirty tablets of 20mg name brand Adderall. This price can be affected by the dosage strength, taking a generic brand, and if the medication is immediate or extended-release.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini27 Oct 2021
What is Inpatient vs. Outpatient Care?
Insights

What is Inpatient vs. Outpatient Care?

Inpatient facilities require overnight hospitalization so the patient can remain under the supervision of a healthcare provider, while outpatient facilities do not require patients to stay overnight.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks27 Oct 2021
Is Telemedicine Covered by Health Insurance?
Health Insurance

Is Telemedicine Covered by Health Insurance?

The five big providers— UnitedHealthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Humana— all have some form of coverage for telemedicine.

Madeline Hlobik
Madeline Hlobik27 Oct 2021