DOCTOR TADYCH A BOARD CERTIFIED ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON FOR 24 YEARS IS NOW PERFORMING CARPAL TUNNEL SURGERY FOR A DOCTOR DIRECT PRICE OF $1800 OR LESS! (SOME RESTRICTIONS APPLY)
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More government intervention and increased loss of your privacy is on the horizon!
Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) of 2015 (HR 2) has spawned a 962 page CMS proposed rule. The government is bankrupt and is plainly putting the fall of healthcare on the physicians; who will essentially be at the front lines - rationing out care to patients.
The rules allow ALL insurance-based care, not just Medicare, to be phased in to these harmful payment models.
Please educate yourselves and read more on this!
Prepare for double digit insurance hikes on Nov 1st. some will increase over 30%! Most insurance companies are not making enough money on Obamacare.
“Was it a financial winner? No,” said John Kelly, the health plan’s chief marketing and operations officer. “We expected to take losses and we did.”
Our office staff has seen a trend in in the past 3-4 years as the health insurance premiums have continued to rise along with the deductibles for most people. As an orthopedic surgeon’s office, we typically see patients who are concerned that they have an injury or condition that ultimately may need surgery. Countless times, we are asked whether or not they should use or not use their insurance for their consultation visit and potential diagnostic imaging studies.
Here is a very common situation we have encountered in our practice. A person has a knee problem that hasn’t improved after seeing their family doctor, having x-rays and possibly even trying physical therapy or medications. The result is usually a referral to a specialist for further work up and diagnosis if the symptoms persist more than 6-8 weeks. The patient has a friend or family member who have also lead the them to believe that based on the symptoms, they have a meniscus tear and will probably need surgery to get it fixed.
So, the patient calls the office and says, should I see you and use your deeply discounted direct pay rate or have you bill my insurance? Or maybe it’s a plan we don’t have a contract with at all (making Dr. Tadych out of network with their insurance). So, should they try to let insurance apply it to their out of network deductible or pay cash? One thing is for sure, people have become better consumers when it comes to their medical expenses because of the rise in healthcare costs overall. As a consumer, you have to ask yourself, how much of my deductible has not been met this year? What is my estimate for out of pocket expenses moving forward?