Six tips that can help physicians collect on services not covered by third parties.
Getting paid for procedures continues to become more complicated. Many doctors are adding new procedures to their offerings that patients want and can benefit from, such as Botox to treat migraine headaches, dermal fillers for aesthetic purposes, laser therapies for scar reduction, stem cell and platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections for musculoskeletal disorders, genetic testing, and many more. But insurance companies often won’t pay for them.
How can physicians collect on services not covered by third parties?
In our current healthcare system, we need to treat patients as decision makers, and the only way they can make informed choices is if they have all the facts. This does not only apply to the medical knowledge but cost factors as well.