Can I Afford This If Insurance Won't Help?

If your insurance carrier does not cover weight loss surgery, our affordability calculator will allow you to see the costs and possible SAVINGS that will occur after having surgery.  Please take a minute to fill out the questions below to see how your lifestyle will change financially after a weight loss procedure.

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Food

Based on research, a seriously overweight person spends $6,100 annually on groceries and dining out. Approximately, how much do you spend per month on groceries and dining out?

I am spending about per month on groceries and dining out.


Prescriptions

Based on research, a seriously overweight person spends $700 annually on prescription co-pays. Approximately, how much do you spend per month on prescription co-pays?

I am spending about per month on prescription co-pays.


Out-of-Pocket Health Expenses

Based on research, a seriously overweight person spends $2,500 on out-of-pocket healthcare expenses each year.

Out-of-pocket healthcare expenses include:

  • Over the counter drugs/remedies such as glucosamine, snore relief remedies, ibuprofen, etc.
  • Co-pays for doctor office visits
  • Co-pays for lab work
  • Co-pays for specialists
  • Co-pays for physical therapist/allied health professionals

I am spending approximately per month on out-of-pocket healthcare expenses.


Weight Loss Programs

Based on research, a seriously overweight person spends $700 annually on non-surgical weight loss programs. Examples of non-surgical weight loss programs include:

  • Jenny Craig
  • Lindora
  • Weight Watchers
  • Nutri-systems
  • Curves

I am spending about per month on non-surgical weight loss programs.


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