The low estimate on medical billing errors is $ 17 billion, according to a report from the Institute of Medicine. Even if the $ 29 billion they state as the top of the range is an overstatement, do you have your share of $ 17 billion to give back to patients and insurance companies? Furthermore, do you even want a part of the 250,000 patients who die each year because of medical errors (according to the medical journal BMJ) on your conscience?
The money is allocated back to the clients at invoicing, every 30 days.
The new healthcare economy is redefining many working relationships that have remained unchanged for years. As a prime example, radiologists are understandably concerned about becoming viewed as commodities rather than as physicians who fill a vital role in patient care. One way for them to escape this stereotype is to have more direct interaction with patients, which will also simultaneously achieve one of the goals of the American College of Radiology’s (ACR) Imaging 3.0 initiative – to provide patient-centered, value-based care.