MDabroad announces the launch of its newly developed network in Brazil. In addition, the company will be providing local case management functions.
A patient received a hospital bill for €68,000 but the official rate should have been around €19,908
Scott Rosen gives his opinion on why there are so many misunderstandings and misconceptions around third-party billing from hospitals in the Americas, addressing the problem of rogue billing agents and what insurers can do to identify them. For years now, the international travel medical insurance sector has been comfortable slinging mud at the integrity of... Continue Reading →
July 17, 2017 Overview of The Liquidity Impact in the Healthcare Ecosystem Liquidity in the healthcare ecosystem originates with the Payer upon the collection or contribution of capital in return for the promise to promptly and fairly indemnify policyholders. From there, the subjective process of assessing contingencies and making judgments about future events takes place... Continue Reading →
With the launching of its new site, http://www.MDCapitalSolutions.com, we have concluded the final steps towards a truly groundbreaking approach to meeting the needs of both medical providers and payers in the Healthcare Industry.
We are proud to announce that Ezequiel Ignacio Lionti, Senior Account Manager at MDabroad Buenos Aires, has just concluded the following courses: HIPAA Awareness for Insurance Agents & Brokers, and HIPAA Security Ezequiel has been with MDabroad for 10 years now and is one of our most valued Account Managers. MDabroad manages international patient accounts and provider... Continue Reading →
MDabroad represents the highest standard in claims management in the market. We institutionalized the concept of international claims management for medical providers and is the only company that puts its own cash on the line for its clients. With a renowned leadership team, decades of experience and industry-leading technology, MDabroad continues to be the marketplace... Continue Reading →
Cost containment in Latin America is becoming an issue of increasing importance for travel and health insurance companies with clients in the region. Femke van Iperen investigates why, and considers what can be done to combat rising costs
Ignacio took to the podium to provide his perspective on how health markets operate in Mexico and Brazil. He began by saying that he believes the industry was vulnerable to abuse, fraud and administrative malpractice but also noted that it was something that was certainly not limited to Latin America. He said that Brazil and Mexico... Continue Reading →