Essentials to Navigating Third-Party Payers

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As more insurance plans take on third-party-payer networks and more baby boomers hit retirement age, the number of private-pay patients may decrease — potentially affecting your bottom line. This guidebook has the essentials to help you navigate third party-payer networks

  • Identifying third-party-payer networks and the role they play for hearing care providers
  • Calculating the benefits of contracting through a third-party-payer network
  • Understanding insurance reimbursements vs. private pay
  • Choosing the right third-party-payer network for your practice
  • Tips to maximize reimbursements


About The Author

Deb Abel, Au.D.

As manager of coding and contracting, I help Audigy members navigate one of the U.S. health care industry’s most difficult-to-understand aspects: the worlds of Medicare coding, billing, and reimbursements and third-party contracts.

Manager of Coding and Contracting

Get the Third-Party Payer Guidebook

The third-party-payer guidebook will help you:

  • Maximize reimbursements
  • Know how much third party payer your practice should take on
  • Select the right network & contracts for your practice
  • Calculate your benefits and much more.

Get your third-party payer guidebook

Get My Third-Party Payer Guidebook

Essentials to Navigating Third-Party Payers

The third-party-payer guidebook will help you  maximize reimbursements, know how much third party payer vs. private payer your practice should take on, tips to select the right network, calculating benefits and much more.

Get the Third-Party Payer Guidebook

Deb Abel, Au.D. - Manager of Coding and Contracting

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