Predicting what is going to happen next in Washington would put even the shiniest crystal ball into meltdown mode. Even without uncertainties about the ACA and how future changes may affect insurance--or potential shifts in policy related to the FDA and Department of Health--physicians and practice managers have plenty of strategic thinking to do these days
With the introduction of new health insurance plans stemming from the Affordable Care Act, deductibles and copays may be leaping beyond most patients’ ability to pay. “Some of our clients have seen deductibles of $5,000 or more,” says Jim Stroud, CPA, with Warren Averett Kimbrough & Marino. “Practices that have struggled in the past to collect $50 copays are going to suffer significantly.”
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