Tactical Reimbursement, Part 3
Collecting on the Promise
You are now an insurance provider. You spent a lot of time and effort to get this far! You have reached a dream many practitioners dream of. But now you're wondering "What WAS I thinking?"
In Tactical Reimbursement, Part 3: Collecting on the Promise , we will show you how to manage your insurance-based business so it stays profitable, is a joy instead of a burden, and a great source of income for years to come.
What you'll learn:
- How to take advantage of limited insurance visits
- How to collect on unpaid claims
- How to take advantage of other covered services insurance companies provide
- How to promote your services to physicians
- 3 simple ways to make sure to keep business coming in
- How to contain costs
Part 3 is for the practitioner who is already an insurance provider. If you are still working on getting started, we suggest you sign up for Part 1: Becoming a Provider .
I am a self-employed RD in private practice. After working part-time for many years, I am ready to take my business to the next level. ...one thing I have already accomplished since taking the class is switching from from paper to electronic claims submission. I've been procrastinating on this for quite some time because I thought it would be a complicated process but it was actually quite easy. I was motivated by the speakers and used their suggestions to move on it. I expect that electronic claims submission will minimize errors that result in claim denials - as well as decrease the turn-around time of reimbursement.
Lorraine Matthews-Antosiewicz, MS, RD
Professional Nutrition Services of Central NJ