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Richmond, Va. (PRWEB) June 10, 2013
Experient Health will host a Health Care Reform 101 community seminar Wednesday, June 12 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the at the Providence Square Shopping Center, Virginia Beach County Farm Bureau at 1055 Kempsville Road, Virginia Beach, Va.
New health care reform laws that go into effect in 2014 mandate that individuals carry health insurance or, in most cases, pay a fine. Consumers will have to purchase plans with comprehensive benefits that meet minimum coverage requirements.
The free seminar is meant to provide an open forum to ask questions about, among other health care reform topics, online marketplaces (formerly referred to as exchanges), tax credits, essential health benefits, pre-existing conditions and network requirements.
Planning to attend? RSVP to Kathy Morse at Experient Health at 757.467.0603. Register for the seminar online here.
Cant attend? Visit http://www.experienthealth.com to request a private consultation.
ABOUT EXPERIENT HEALTH:
For years, Experient Health has helped people find the right insurance coverage and get the most for their health care dollars. The Richmond, Va.-based group is dedicated to providing high quality health insurance options to customers in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC. As a result, its consultants, with an average of more than 20 years experience, are intimately familiar with the states provider networks, products and regulations.
Representing the top national insurance carriers, Experient Health provides customers with multiple policy options designed to meet wellness needs and financial requirements.
Experient Health is a hometown agency in that it operates a network of more than 100 offices. However, it boasts the resources and technology of larger firms.
Consultants are available online, via phone and through their offices.
Learn more at http://www.experienthealth.com, utilize the online health insurance quote calculator or contact a consultant directly at 855.677.6570.
On September 13th, 2012 Dr. James Binder, MD of Mountaineers for a National Health Plan led a discussion on the economics of a Single-Payer health care system at the Kanawha County Public Library’s Main Branch in Charleston, West Virginia. Here is some of that meeting interwoven with an interview I had with him prior to this. Mountaineers for a National Health Plan is the state affiliate of Physicians for a National Health Program. The organizations advocate for single-payer universal health care, not to be confused with the Affordable Care Act which advocates for market based private health insurers and expanding Medicaid. In West Virginia Medicaid reimbursement rates haven’t been raised in 8 years! Thus making the ACA not true health care reform. If it mandated states HAD to raise Medicaid rates a little each year REAL health care advocates could call it an improvement… other than that it’s more like an insult to the poor and disabled. You don’t raise rates and doctors stop taking your medical card and you have to drive all over hell’s acres for care that’s not reform.. that’s a nightmare! Find Mountaineers for a National Health Plan on Facebook at: www.facebook.com
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RICHMOND, Virginia (Reuters) – The Virginia state health board voted on Friday to require existing abortion clinics to meet stricter hospital building codes, a move clinic supporters say could force facilities to make expensive changes or close.
“Virginia is in the final stages of reviewing proposals that would privatize a mental health treatment facility for sex offenders who can be held indefinitely under state law, according to state officials and a private prison company seeking a contract to operate the institution.” Read more: www.huffingtonpost.com Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian this latest round of private corporations buying our government. Do you think Virginia should turn over this mental health institution to a private company, tell us in the comment section below. Help us fight money in politics at www.wolf-pac.com Support The Young Turks by Subscribing http Like Us on Facebook: www.fb.com Follow Us on Twitter: twitter.com Find out how to watch The Young Turks on Current by clicking here: www.current.com
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Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) May 08, 2012
MED3OOOs Fire/EMS division, a leading provider of billing services for the ambulance industry, today announced that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently recognized the County of Fairfax Virginia for its 100 percent accuracy rate in billing emergency medical services. The acknowledgement follows an audit conducted by CMS Medicare contractor Novitas Solutions, Inc.
The County of Fairfax contracts with MED3OOO for its EMS billing services. In February Novitas Solutions, Inc., a CMS contractor, informed us that Fairfax was selected for a prepayment audit due to the countys high frequency of ambulance services, says Glenn Goodpaster, Sr. Vice President, MED3OOO EMS . After reviewing copies of Explanation of Benefits (EOBs), Patient Care Reports and claim forms, Novitas determined that 100% of the services were billed and paid properly.
We are thrilled with the outcome of the audit, said Katie Mangione, EMS Billing Program Manager of Fairfax County. Its refreshing for a local government entity to earn outstanding marks for their fiscal practices and record keeping. We appreciate the billing expertise provided by the MED3OOO team and value their diligence in observing all regulatory requirements.
About MED3OOOs EMS Revenue Cycle Management Services
MED3OOOs Fire/EMS division offers government fire and EMS service organizations a cost-effective alternative to doing in-house ambulance billing and revenue recovery. MED3OOOs EMS Revenue Cycle Management solutions are designed to meet agencies specific reimbursement and collections needs, while ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. MED3OOOs staff is well-trained and certified by the American Academy of Procedural Coders and uses the most advanced technology to streamline the billing and collections process.
MED3OOO is a leading provider of healthcare management and technology services that improve outcomes for providers, health plans, and the patients and employees they serve. The Company provides a broad array of proprietary solutions for physician groups, hospitals, health systems, health risk organizations, and state and local municipalities, enabling them to reach their maximum potential with respect to operational, financial, and clinical results. Through the integrated application of systems, operations, analytics and domain expertise, MED3OOO serves as the premier strategic operations partner for the healthcare community. The Companys depth of knowledge across its services, economies of scale, infrastructure, and ability to offer and manage disparate information systems provide MED3OOO with a distinct competitive advantage in the rapidly evolving healthcare industry. Each of the components of MED3OOOs product and services suite is a critical competency for moving toward the delivery of accountable care.
For more information visit http://www.MED3000.com or Nicole_Contardo (at) MED3000 (dot) com
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West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin said on ‘Fox News Sunday’ that he would not have supported the bill if he had known everything that was in it at the time.
During the West Virginia Senate debate on Oct. 18, 2010, Democratic Gov. Joe Manchin and Republican businessman John Raese sparred over a number of topics, including the Democratic-backed health care law passed earlier this year.
Virginia Attorney General Sits Down with CBS 6 To Talk About Health Care Battle
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli sat down to talk about his battle with the White House over the historic health care reform law.
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Litigants in one of the most high-profile health care reform lawsuits in the country today presented their arguments to Virginia district court judge Henry Hudson, who later this year will rule on the constitutionality of the law’s …
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