Regardless of age, occupation, or socio-economic status, we’re all under some measure of stress. It’s no secret; stress is attributed to many health related illnesses. At some time, we’ve all experienced the well-known effects of stress. Not sleeping well, feeling overwhelmed, weight gain, mood swings… the list is a long one. Living a stress-free life is virtually unheard of, so what are you going to do to manage your stress? Staying healthy is easier when you focus on wellness, and see your doctor for regular, preventative check-ups. Staying healthy requires eating wisely, exercising, getting more rest and finding ways to bring balance into your life. More people are changing their habit of seeing their doctor only when they’re sick, to adopting a preventative approach, which may be the golden ticket to living a longer, healthier life.

Considering the rising cost of healthcare—preventative care could save you from serious illness and financial hardship in the future. As an example, those who avoid going to the dentist may be exposing themselves to other health risks they didn’t even know were linked to poor oral health. The key is to see your doctor annually. Be proactive and be healthy.

Why do people choose not to seek care? In a word—cost. Non-reimbursed procedures and out-of-pocket deductibles are escalating to a level that makes access to healthcare difficult, if not impossible for many people. Our current system leaves patients very few affordable options to pay for medical expenses. The cost to provide medical care is often way out of proportion to the actual cost of delivering that care. Waiting for the US healthcare system to correct the systemic problem of prohibitively expensive care has been the focus of endless debate, legislation and angst on an individual, local and national level. Yet little or no material progress has been made.

CareCap removes the barriers to giving and receiving needed care. We offer the solution doctors and patients need and need right now!

With CareCap, patients no longer have to defer care. They’re able to get the care they want and need, at an affordable price.