ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:

Health plan contracts

Nov-Dec 2009 Issue
What If Quiznos Were Run Like Health Care? [The Last Word]

Good luck getting paid for those chips and sandwiches at the time of service.


Jun 2008 Issue
How to Say Goodbye to Medicare [Feature]

The article explains steps physicians must take if they no longer want to be participating providers in the Medicare program.


Jan 2007 Issue
Grade Your Payers: The Final Call for Survey Responses [Feature]

This article will describe the survey of physicians' satisfaction with payers that FPM and the AAFP are launching in October 2006.


Nov-Dec 2006 Issue
Negotiating a Contract With a Health Plan [Feature]

The author, a contract analyst for a multispecialty group, describes the questions family physicians ought to ask themselves when evaluating managed care contracts.


Oct 2006 Issue
Grade Your Payers: The AAFP/FPM Survey of Physicians' Experiences With Third-Party Payers [Feature]

This article will describe the survey of physicians' satisfaction with payers that FPM and the AAFP are launching in October 2006.


Oct 2006 Issue
Managed Care Administrative Tasks: Cutting the Red Tape [Feature]

This article discusses the most significant hassle factors related to managing multiple managed care plans and describes best practices for dealing with them.


Oct 2006 Issue
Hand Your Health Plans a Report Card [From The Editor]

Here’s your chance to say what you think about your payers – and make your words count.


Apr 2006 Issue
Same-Day E/M Services: What to Do When a Health Plan Won't Pay [Feature]

The author describes how, from a coding, billing and communication standpoint, to handle a physical exam that combines an annual physical with a problem-oriented service.


Oct 2004 Issue
Can You Negotiate Better Reimbursement? [Feature]

The article explains how physicians can negotiate with payers for fairer reimbursement rates and when they should try this approach.


Nov-Dec 2003 Issue
How to Opt Out of Medicare [Getting Paid]

The article explains steps physicians must take if they no longer want to be participating providers in the Medicare program.


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