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Negotiations: Tenacity, Experience, and Data Leads to Success

Our tenacity, experience, and proprietary data all come together to provide fair and successful results for our clients in the negotiation process.

You may be wondering what is it that Chapman Consulting does differently to get results that are truly fair and defensible? Why are we so sure of our services?  What gives us an edge? Read more

Health Care Costs

Contracted Discounts Don’t Always Equate to Fair Payments

Contracted discounts don’t always equate to fair payments. Our medical bill review service provides a defensible means to fair charges.

Payors of medical claims are, of course, accustomed to paying their bills according to the rates or percent discount set forth in the contracts with facilities.  But with the rapid rise in hospital charges seen over the last five years or more, how does the payor KNOW the negotiated discount is a fair rate today? Read more

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Hospital Bill Review, Chapman Consulting, LLC – Defendable Reports, Reductions, & Results

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 analysis and services are one of a kind.  Read more

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Inflated Hospital Liens

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 hospital list prices.  Hospitals have become more creative in determining the price of services and more aggressive in collecting their charges.  This has lead to inflated hospital liens.

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