Summary: We had a nice cameo in Parade magazine. Frank Lalli wrote:

“As Anne Landman’s annual physical was about to end, her doctor asked, ‘Is there anything else you want to talk about?’ The Colorado author mentioned a lump in her throat. The doctor looked, said nothing was wrong—and then billed her an extra $100. ‘One hundred dollars for one minute peering down my throat,’ she says. ‘I thought it was part of the exam.’ The lesson: Always think of yourself as a consumer as well as a patient.” Click here to read the full article.

Jeanne Pinder

Jeanne Pinder  is the founder and CEO of ClearHealthCosts. She worked at The New York Times for almost 25 years as a reporter, editor and human resources executive, then volunteered for a buyout and founded...