Fair Care Project
Challenging the Status Quo of Healthcare

Never Pay Another Penny For Unfair Medical Charges. 

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The Status Quo Gives Hospitals Leeway To Prey On Patients. 

The Fair Care Project is here to challenge that.
Every year, millions of patients are billed for what’s known as a trauma activation charge. This unregulated medical fee can be arbitrarily applied and costs patients up to thousands of dollars — without necessity, without their knowledge, and without their consent. 

The Fair Care Project is here to challenge that.

We Review Your Hospital Bill For Free. 

Hospital bills are stuffed with complex, overwhelming medical jargon. As a result, patients don’t always have the resources to understand what they’re being charged for. That’s where we come in. 

The Fair Care Project is a team of healthcare professionals who read your hospital bill — line by line — to ensure any and all charges are applied in compliance with regulatory statutes. Our bill appeal process is nationally recognized by TCAA. Better yet? Our service is completely free, and there’s no catch. Let us review your medical bill today. 

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Recognizing the enormity of the challenges our society faces, FAIR CARE PROJECT is dedicated to making a lasting impact through our campaigns and programs. While our efforts are driven by our organization’s singular focus, we spread a wide net by investing in a variety of progressive strategies. Learn more about our initiatives and get involved yourself.

A portion of our efforts pertaining to Fair Care Project involve studying new approaches and developing innovative ways to implement them. We evaluate our success in this field by gathering qualitative and quantitative data, and using that information to measure shifts and changes from our baseline measurements. We write a humanizing appeal letter to accompany any letter you are writing to fight hospital charges or insurance denials.


Trauma Activation Fees
Emergency Room Bill Review
Patient Advocacy
Trauma Activation Fees

Trauma Activation Fees

Trauma Centers are notorious for charging high dollar amounts for trauma activation fees. What is fairly unknown, is the strict criteria required before a hospital can even think to apply a trauma activation charge.

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Emergency Room Bill Review

Emergency Room Bill Review

There is a saying in healthcare and that is it didn't happen unless it was documented. Frequently documentation does not support all the charges on your emergency room bill. 

Medical bills can be confusing, unnecessarily expensive, and sometimes really factually incorrect. Our experts will apply a human touch and will review your bills so that you don't pay more than you need.
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Patient Advocacy

Patient Advocacy

Sometimes, you just need someone on your side in healthcare but are unable to afford one. We are here for you at no charge

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About Fair Care Project

The Fair Care Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring every patient receives the high-quality healthcare they deserve. To us, fair and accurate healthcare treatment is common sense; it’s a right, not a luxury. Our core value is to serve patients — not the hospital’s bottom line. 

  • Adjusted Rates (including Free)
  • Safety & compliance ensured
  • Start-to-finish solutions
  • Reliable services
  • Privacy Compliant
  • Trained Professionals
  • HIPAA Privacy Expert
  • Personalized Approach
  • Technology Privacy Compliant

Our Partners

Erik launched the Fair Care Project in 2018 to help patients understand their medical bills and make informed decisions about their healthcare. 

We have teamed up with Unlocked Compliance and BBP Health, Unlocked Compliance, and Unlocked Keywords to maximize our services to include services for physicians, facilities, and most importantly patients.

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