Hospital Emergency Department
My project team needs to complete a couple dozen 1-hour expert interviews by july 28.
We are looking for hospital emergency department heads and c-suite members across netherlands, germany, and us. We are also looking for cardiologists in us and brazil as well as government health authorities, emergency dispatch managers, and major hospital administrators in the nordics, singapore, and russia.
Thank you!+54 Other Responses
Health Organization Partner
We are looking to do multiple paid phone consultations to gain a better understanding of physician-led health care organization partners with hospitals and health care facilities that offer clinical services as well as revenue cycle management, patient engagement and performance improvement consulting solutions such as mednax.
Ideally, we would like to speak to former anesthesiologists and neonatologists who are formerly affiliated with mednax.
This would be for a 1-hour paid phone consult.
To demonstrate your relevance in this space, please consider answering the questions below.
1. Are you familiar with the reimbursement process or united healthcare claims mednax charges? If so, can you provide insights on their charges compared to other providers?
2. Would you be able to discuss the role of out of network billing on practice income (percentage of claims, rate compared to in-network, collection percentage, bad debt, patient billing)?
3. Can you speak about surprise billing legislation - what impact will current proposals have on practice margins? Assuming out of network docs are paid median rate or conflicts are sent through an arbitration.
**please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information.
***referrals are highly appreciated+26 Other Responses
Free Standing Er
I am opening a new free standing er. I am needing a pharmacist to help with set up before we open and then on a prn basis after opening. They will need to assist with regulations, policy and procedures.+13 Other Responses