5 Articles on ASC Managed Care Contract Negotiation
What is the Most Important Thing ASCs Should Do for Managed Care Contracting?
I. Naya Kehayes, MPH, managing principal and CEO of EVEIA HEALTH Consulting & Management, weighs in on the most important strategy of contracting success.
Payment Predicament: The Evolution of Managed Care Contracting Challenges
Adriaan Epps, abeo vice president of practice management, deconstructs the past, present and future of some of the most difficult aspects of contract negotiation.
5 Methods for All-Star Managed Care Contract Negotiations
Adriaan Epps, abeo vice president of practice management, outlines steps to mitigate barriers to gaining favorable reimbursement rates.
Healthcare Reform: Impact on ASC Managed Care Contracting Next Year
I. Naya Kehayes, MPH, managing principal and CEO of EVEIA HEALTH Consulting & Management describes the impact on contracting that ASC leaders can expect to see from healthcare form.
ASC Implant Carve-Outs: Opportunities, Challenges & 4 Best Practices
Dan Connolly, vice president of payer contracting with Pinnacle III, analyzes the carve-out strategy and offers insight into approaches for the most effective negotiations.
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