Kern Valley Healthcare District

6412 Laurel Ave
Lake Isabella, CA 93240
Services: Hospitals
On Angie's List Since: 4/27/2012
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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How much do health care prices really cost you?

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Dr. Renee Hsia, an emergency room physician, led a team of researchers that found inflated charges for appendectomies in California. (Photo by Adm Golub)
Dr. Renee Hsia, an emergency room physician, led a team of researchers that found inflated charges for appendectomies in California. (Photo by Adm Golub)

Consumers push for transparency amid bewildering array of health care prices set by doctors, hospitals and health insurance companies, a top-down system that often withholds tools consumers need to make smart decisions.

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Under observation: Why hospital patients increasingly face a pricey surprise

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Linda Brocato, who has multiple sclerosis and requires a scooter for mobility, says she needed nursing home care to recover from a broken leg, but Medicare didn’t cover it. 
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Linda Brocato, who has multiple sclerosis and requires a scooter for mobility, says she needed nursing home care to recover from a broken leg, but Medicare didn’t cover it. Photo by Jason Madden

A medical status of "under observation" saves money for hospitals and insurance companies, but often costs patients more.

Hidden costs of hospital observation care

A look at how observation compares to inpatient care for people with Medicare.

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