Gosh, a guy makes a couple statements in a blog and now people actually want him to explain the numbers so that they make sense. There’s no satisfying the mercurial reader any more. My word isn’t good enough? Actually, my apologies for some confusing data. Let me explain yesterday’s post in more detail and, perhaps, …
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The most common worry I hear from practices considering dropping a plan is that they can’t afford to “lose all those patients.” The larger the portion those patients make of a practice, the scarier it gets. “BCBS/Aetna/Oxford/etc. is 25% of my practice! I can’t lose 25% of my visits!” Ultimately, it’s the greatest obstacle in …
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