In a Closed Door Exclusive Round Table Business Forum iPMI Magazine Spoke with C-Suite Industry Leaders from the International Medical Cost Containment Market about International Medical Cost Containment Strategies For Global Medical Payors and Providers.
A patient received a hospital bill for €68,000 but the official rate should have been around €19,908
Scott Rosen (CEO y Fundador de MDabroad y MD Capital Solutions) expresó su opinión sobre por qué hay tantos malentendidos y conceptos erróneos en torno a la facturación por parte de terceros a hospitales en las Américas, abordando el problema de los agentes de facturación deshonestos y lo que pueden hacer las aseguradoras para identificarlos.... Continue Reading →
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.
To the surprise of many, your domestic insurance plan may cover you overseas. Under many policies, emergencies require insurance companies to cover the member, irrespective of location. Over the past sixteen years, MDabroad has been managing such claims and, although we have seen caveats and some insurers tougher to deal with than others, plans are... Continue Reading →
5 Things Expats Need to Know About ‘Obamacare’ Wall Street Journal, Aug 16, 2015 Tax adviser David McKeegan of Greenback Expat Tax Services says expats can’t simply ignore U.S. requirements for health insurance. Here is his advice: According to a recent survey of expats conducted by my company, awareness of “Obamacare” is high but understanding... Continue Reading →