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Spring is the time when we turn to thoughts of gardening, baseball—and, yes, spring cleaning. While straightening up your home may be the order of the season, don’t forget the medical papers that may have piled up.
Keeping Records about Your Health
It’s important to your health, and your wallet, that you keep good records of your medical and dental care. It’s also important that you organize them in such a way that you can find them when you need them.
Staying on Top of Cost Information
Your medical records have important information not only about your healthcare but about the costs of healthcare, as well. Such records may include health insurance information, payments you’ve made and payments you will have to make.