- An unprecedented 50% of the nation’s hospitals losing money from operations. (Thomson Reuters)
- Trauma centers and emergency departments across the U.S. have been closing at alarming rates.
- The burden of uncompensated care is growing, resulting in 1.) Decreasing resources and critical access to care for patients and 2.) The threat of less specialists and emergency providers who are able to care for all patients.
The Reimbursement Advocacy Firm (TRAF)
The Reimbursement Advocacy Firm (TRAF) helps providers keep their doors open, ensuring patient access to critical trauma and medically necessary care. TRAF redresses power inequities that exist between health plans and providers.
Our legislative voice and presence in the healthcare industry has allowed us to create a revolutionary division at the increasing demand of provider members who want a fresh alternative to the “conventional” collection agency.
|AUTHORITY IN FEDERAL AND STATE REIMBURSEMENT LAWS||YES||NO|
|REVIEWS CLAIMS FOR SUPPORTING CASES, STATUTES AND REGULATIONS||YES||NO|
|FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE DEALING WITH PROBLEMATIC PAYORS||YES||NO|
|CREATES APPEAL AND DEMAND LETTERS USING ADMINISTRATIVE AND CASE LAWS||YES||NO|
|FILES COMPLAINTS WITH REGULATORY AGENCIES TO REDRESS HEALTH PLAN VIOLATIONS||YES||NO|
|BEGINS COLLECTION PROCEDURES AGAINST PATIENT OR GUARANTOR IF CLAIM IS DENIED||NO||YES|
|PREPARES CORRECTIVE ACTION PLANS TO BRING PAYORS INTO FEDERAL AND STATE COMPLIANCE||YES||NO|
|INSTILLS PREVENTIVE MEASURES TO AVOID FUTURE IMPROPER DENIALS||YES||NO|