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11 Tips to Receive Payment for Medical Claims Fairly & Quickly

11 Tips to Receive Payment for Medical Claims Fairly & Quickly

Leveling The Playing Field With These Best Practices

...truly the best appeals specialists
that I have ever encountered in the industry...

~ Long Island Eye Surgical Centers

...have been the key to
fighting my appeals when these cases were going nowhere...

~ Dimitri Koumanis, MD

...are, without question, the
foremost insurance appeals authority in the industry...

~ Medicomp, Inc.

What has worked in the past for out-of-network providers just won't do it anymore. 

When it comes to getting paid the climate has changed and so must you.

As I'm sure you know, traditional solutions have struggled to keep up.

In this eBook, we’ll provide you with the tools you need to be successful and help you avoid the pitfalls.

Download the guide to learn how to maximize your recovery against health plans while ensuring your patients pay their fair share of charges.

Audit Warning for Out-Of-Network Practices
11 Tips to Receive Payment for Medical Claims Fairly & Quickly

Meet The Author

Thomas J. Force, Esq. is a nationally recognized expert and frequent speaker on managed care issues, managed care contracting, managed care appeals, ERISA and out-of-network reimbursement issues. He has been a licensed attorney since 1994 in both state and federal courts in New Jersey and New York, with 27 years of experience in the healthcare and insurance industries.

He is the president and founder of The Patriot Group, a full-service healthcare physician advocacy and revenue recovery company providing billing, appeals, collections and follow-up services for healthcare. Thomas is also the former CEO, general counsel and chief compliance officer of a small New York-domiciled health insurer, a former chief operating officer, general counsel and chief compliance officer of a large East Coast billing, collections and healthcare consulting company, and a former co-chair of the Health & Hospital Law Committee of the Suffolk County Bar Association. 

Thomas recently presented on ERISA-related issues to the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons in Las Vegas and to the Medical Society of New Jersey.