Chapman Consulting, LLC – Hospital Bill Review and Healthcare Claims Resolution We provide defendable bill reductions, reports and results for our clients through high level medical claims analysis and provide expert services for the legal community. Repeatedly we are hearing from our clients, particularly our attorney and law firm clients, that Chapman Consulting’s medical claims […]
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Travelers to the USA are susceptible to high cost hospital bills if they have not secured appropriate insurance before traveling. If you are sick or injured while traveling in the U.S. and now have an expensive hospital bill,
How can we get a real sense of the cost of healthcare in the U.S. when medical charges are so incredibly inflated? These inflated charges mask the true cost of care. And to make matters more confusing, the charges for a procedure for one patient can vary greatly depending on who is responsible for paying […]
Chapman Consulting provides the data and expertise needed to bring fairness and price transparency in hospital and medical charges for our clients. If you want to buy most anything in the U.S. it is relatively easy to shop, compare prices and make an informed decision to purchase based on several factors including price options. But […]
Insist on knowing charges and billing practices before treatment at an Urgent Care Clinic. Many patients are surprised when they are charged Emergency Room rates at these facilities. The Urgent Care Association of America released a report in 2011 estimating there are 9000 urgent care clinics in the U.S. with 300 new centers opening each […]
By Editor, Beth Collier The Health Express September 21, 2011 The blog post “25 Great Sites for Hospital Reviews” can be found in The Health Express blog. The blog is found on www.MastersInHealthAdministration.org which is a website dedicated to students who are pursuing their Masters in Health Administration.
Since 2003 we have been reviewing medical bills for uninsured and underinsured patients or patients with out-of-network bills. We receive calls daily from individuals looking for assistance with their expensive medical bills.
Injured Patients Discover Hospitals Seeking a Piece of Their Accident Settlements Lawyers state that liens often are much higher than what hospital would normally be paid for services. By Mary Ann Roser AMERICAN-STATESMAN March 28, 2011 A hospital official admits that the hospital’s list price is a starting point for negotiations. No one should be paying those over-inflated […]
Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us By Steven Brill Time Health & Family February 20, 2013 Rarely do we see a health care related article cause such a stir. This well researched article written by Steven Brill is a must read. Colleagues sent us emails making sure we read it. Twitter, LinkedIn, and […]
By Marc Chapman The way work comp patients are classified as “observation” or “inpatient” can have an effect on the amount the hospital is reimbursed. We reviewed one claim that was classified and billed as an inpatient to a work comp carrier, where the patient was in the hospital a total of 4 hours.
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