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How The No Surprises Act Seeks to Change Surprise Billing

The act seeks to reduce surprise billing through independent dispute resolution and incentives for providers to join health plan networks. The No Surprises Act used a couple of methods to reduce surprise billing, though the need for some modifications may remain, according to a resource from AHIP. “The real problem of surprise medical bills tended […]
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The one trick to negotiating reimbursement rates

Honing your approach when negotiating with insurers can lead to better reimbursement rates. Last I checked my plumber charges me more than some physicians make for some services. It’s not to say that plumbers don’t work hard, but they certainly didn’t have to invest an inordinate amount of time and money to get specialized degrees. […]
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Build your financial success dream team

Many busy physicians find they don’t have the time and energy to develop a savvy financial plan for their practice or their own personal needs. That’s why physicians needs the collaborative support and guidance of a good financial team. Many physicians never learned anything in medical school about running a business or handling personal finances, […]
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Newly expanded supplemental benefits in Medicare Advantage grew 43% for 2022

Along with that growth, the number of plans offering more than one benefit increased 15%, from 175 to 202. The findings show that under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ reinterpretation of “primarily health-related” benefits, supplemental benefit offerings in Medicare Advantage – such as home-based palliative care, in-home support services, caregiver support and therapeutic […]
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