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Screwing Up a Medical Bill Is Really, Really Easy. Could This Startup Undo Those Mistakes?

This post originally appeared on Inc. When Victor Echevarria's son was eight months old, the child had a febrile seizure. A few weeks after hospitalization, the baby was doing well—but the family faced another challenge. "Go home, everything's great; couple weeks later, the bills started coming," recalls Echevarria, former vice president of business development at TaskRabbit.
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