Medical credit cards are financing deals, typically accompanied by a dangerous deferred interest feature, that many health care professionals offer to their patients. They are used to pay for out-of-pocket, elective health care expenses (including veterinary services) that are not covered by insurance — serving as an alternative to more traditional payment plans. However, these cards only work for certain health care expenses and with specific types of medical providers, and they cannot be used for any other types of expenses.
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