Necessity is the mother of invention – or perhaps in these times, a reinvention of your practice. There are rapid changes being made at the federal and state levels to expand options for telehealth in the Behavioral Health and SUD space so that patients can continue to receive essential healthcare during this crisis. With technology, it’s possible to continue your life-saving programs and we’re here to help you through the transition.
We have partnered with Inbox Health, a leading patient-billing software platform, in order to help behavioral health, addiction treatment, and eating-disorder billing departments remove the stress and inefficiencies of patient billing and payments.
Addiction Treatment Reimbursement Rates: Part 2
In our prior post on negotiating reimbursement rates, we interviewed PANLR founder and President Kevin Isaacs about how to negotiate more effectively with payers for higher reimbursement rates in 2020. In this article, we continue our interview.
Are you thinking about your reimbursement rates for addiction treatment in 2020? If not, you should be.
During the summer lull, many providers turn their attention to back-office improvement initiatives, and unfortunately, most of us in the addiction treatment industry have felt the pressure of declining reimbursement rates over the past 18 months. Now, more than ever it is crucial to understand how to negotiate more effectively with payers for higher reimbursement rates if facilities want to survive the revenue revolution upon us. For most, this is unchartered territory with little knowledge of where to begin. To help bridge this gap, we interviewed Kevin Isaacs, founder and President at PANLR - a leading provider of outsourced payer contracting services.