It’s really apples and oranges. The brochure organizer is not a medical device it’s an office supply. The healthcare company really doesn’t have to say anything to the patient and most likely they won’t which is sad because the patient then won’t even have the option to go out or go online and order one. I’m saying it’s a need that could to be satisfied to make life a lot easier but has nothing to do with the medical field.They are about to spend thousands of dollars on some treatment or whatever they need and you are going to charge them $10 for a binder? I think it's the opposite of what you think. It's not that I wouldn't spend $10, but if it's only $10, why doesn't the doctor or hospital pay for it?
A few years ago I was at a Toyota dealer negotiating a car purchase for a friend. When all was said and done my friend had to sign over her trade in to the dealer. That signature needed to be notarized. The notary (a dealer employee) said, "It will be $10 for a notary". My friend and I looked at each other, (In my head I wanted to walk out, but this was her dream car), she said I don't have any cash on me. The lady then said, ok I can do it for free this time. Later on, she said to me, "I can't believe that lady asked for $10. I just paid $25000 and they wanted $10 more dollars?" I said if I knew she felt the same way at that moment, I would have told you to walk out and cancel the deal. Toyota, should be paying the notary the $10, not my friend. Let them hide the fee in their paperwork.
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