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The Verden Effect

A couple weeks ago, the Verden Alert gave me this little notice about Oxford: Please note that in an effort to become more transparent and communicate more clearly, Oxford has modified its policy change listings. Oxford now posts exactly what revisions have been made to its changed policies. Interesting, because happened shortly after the release …

Perhaps I Spoke Too Soon (More UHC/Ingenix and Oxford/Alerts)

Just as Dr. Stoller hit PedTalk with the info, I was reading the teaser over on FierceHealthcare: Now, a consumer is raising the stakes a bit by attempting to get class action status for a suit against Ingenix itself. I’ve written about my experience with the Ingenix “data” and their relationship with UHC, though I …

Verden Does It Again

I really can’t make too much of the quarterly Verden Rankings. Anyone sitting down to negotiate with an insurance company or analyze contracts should have a copy in hand. It’s not only free, but you can’t get that kind of information anywhere else. Amazing. Anyway, check out Susanne Madden’s latest blog, which points out a …