Health care providers are increasingly looking for ways to keep the costs of treating patients low for patients, regardless of their ability to pay.

And while it might be easy to think of healthcare as a privilege or privilege, that’s not necessarily the case, said Dr. David M. Cone, a pediatric neurologist and medical director of the Cleveland Clinic Health System.

We are going to see that as more people start to have access to care and pay for it, and it becomes a lot more cost-effective,” he said.

Cone is not alone.

Experts say that with rising costs, providers are finding ways to offer lower-cost treatments and less-expensive procedures for lower-income patients.

It’s a good idea, but it’s going to be a challenge for health care in the United States,” said Dr