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How to Get a Raise from Managed Care Info

HOW TO GET A RAISE FROM MANAGED CARE PLANS
& NEGOTIATE YOUR CONTRACTS IN YOUR FAVOR
By Lyn Kelley, Ph.D., MFT, CPC

Includes 75-page manual and C.E. Quiz plus Certificate for 10 C.E. Contact Hours Fee: $97 + $20 Shipping & Handling ($117)

Dear Colleagues,

        All medical and healthcare providers who accept insurance need to read this book! Your practice success depends on it. You will learn how Managed Care Plans (MCP’s) covertly attempt to abuse you and how you can stop their unfair practices immediately. You’ll learn how to negotiate, how to investigate them, what to do when care is denied, how to get raises, (yes - and BIG ones!) tricky phrases in your contract to watch out for, and when you shouldn’t touch an MCP with a 10-foot pole. You will learn how Managed Care Plans (MCP’s) covertly attempt to abuse you and how you can stop their unfair practices immediately. You’ll learn how to negotiate, how to investigate them, what to do when care is denied, how to get raises, (yes - and BIG ones!) tricky phrases in your contract to watch out for, and when you shouldn’t touch an MCP with a 10-foot pole. All managed care contracts can be negotiated (and SHOULD BE!). Learn how you can determine if a plan is good for you and how to negotiate your contract in YOUR FAVOR.
        More importantly, this book teaches you how to set your fees, stick with your fees, never let managed care decrease your fees or wait more than 30 days to pay your fees, and how to actually get a RAISE in fees! You’ll learn how to negotiate, how to investigate them, and what to do when care is denied.

What others are saying about this Course:

Lyn,
       Previously I had given up on managed care. You gave me the encouragement to believe I could lick the managed care problem. I’m already receiving compliments from the MCP’s on my portfolio you showed me how to create. Thank you!

---Donald Vittner, M.S., Parma, OH

Dear Lyn,
       Thank you so much for your manual on managed care. You’re right, it does work as soon as you use it. Your samples were most helpful. I am already getting positive responses from HMO’s who had previously written me off. Thanks again!

---Charie Levy, LPC, Brooklyn, NY

Dear Lyn,
       I have read your manual designed to guide practitioners to success in today’s managed care marketplace, and I find it very helpful and optimistic. It is full of useful tips. I support your efforts and recommend this book without reservation.

---Curtis Walling, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Phoenix, AZ

Dear Dr. Kelley,
        I would like to thank you for writing a manual on a subject matter not dealt with realistically in the professional literature. The material I have previously read dealing with managed care presented in a rather naïve and idealistic manner. Your manual can be described as a “solution-oriented” approach to dealing with managed care because you hone in on the major obstacles and offer very specific and creative strategies. Thank you for all your hard work that has made it easier for us in the profession.

---Silvia Kaminsky, LMFT, CPC Miami, FL

Here’s what managed care companies don’t want you to know:

  • Right and wrong methods of managed care contract negotiations
  • How to get a raise with this simple letter
  • Tricky phrases to watch out for
  • How to make a formal complaint with a managed care plan (that gets results!)
  • What plans you shouldn’t touch “with a 10-foot pole”
  • How managed care plans can easily put you out of business
  • What to do when care is denied
  • How to handle a grievance or dispute
  • Why you should never assume unlimited liability
  • Sample letters to send to them
  • How to Know When You’re Being Treated Unfairly
  • Why You Should Raise Your Fees
  • 7 Ways to Get Paid Your Full Fee at the Time of Service
  • What to do when covered services are not clearly defined
  • How to dispute their denial of coverage

        I'm committed to the survival and success of our profession.  Helping you help more people!
Thank you,

Lyn Kelley, Ph.D.,MFT, CPC Practice Building Coach

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