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Here’s a key way to prevent paying more for your health care than you should
CNBC

You know how sometimes when you’re at the grocery store, the cashier accidentally keys in your watermelon as, say, garlic cloves? Or a package of AA batteries falls on the conveyor belt and ends up on your tab? That kind of thing can happen with medical bills.

With health-care costs continuing to rise and consumers increasingly being asked to pay a greater portion of those expenses, there’s a good chance an error will cost you if you don’t catch it.

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