Premiums and deductibles. All surcharges and deductibles must be paid at the time of service or notification. This agreement is part of your contract with your insurance. If we do not make too many co-payments and patient deductibles, this can be considered fraud. Please help us to respect the law by participating in each visit. at the end of payment (for example. B, the date of service or notification, unless other arrangements have been made in advance); Thank you for choosing us as our primary supplier. We strive to provide you with quality and affordable health care. Since some of our patients had questions about patient liability and insurance for the services rendered, we were advised to develop this payment policy. Please read it, ask us any questions you may have and sign up in the room provided. A copy is provided on request. Some patients are hesitant to pay something in advance simply because they do not understand how their insurance works or what benefits are covered. You may have asked the patients, “Why does the doctor need my $10 or $20 co-payment on top of what he already receives from the insurance company?” These patients generally do not try to be difficult or play the system, they simply need to be informed about supplements, deductibles and services covered and not covered.
Unfortunately, it is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain medical practices and keep them viable. We fight to survive in an industry where external sources tell us how much we are paid, when we are paid, or even if we are paid. This is what makes it more important than ever not to let the money you have slipped through your fingers. This money can be the difference between keeping your closet doors open or closing them. The payment directive below is similar to the one used in the practice in which the author works and can be used as a policy to help you develop your own (click below to download the directive). Patients are invited to read and sign a copy of the directive, which will then be attached to their subsequent reference diagram. a. HCF and CMP recognize and accept that the value, reputation and value of Freelance Clinician depend on the performance of their agreements and agreements in this agreement by HCF and CMP. That is why HCF and CMP designate Freelance Clinician as the third beneficiary of this agreement in order to meet the commitments and benefits granted to Freelance Clinician through this agreement and user agreements between Freelance Clinician and each of its respective .b. During the duration of the contract and for a period of nine (9) months after, HCF and CMP do not agree to appeal to the other party, nor to enter into an employment contract, agreement or contract between them, except through Freelance Clinician. c.
The parties hereafter include the terms of the rights and benefits granted to Freelance Clinician under those use agreements. In the event of a conflict between a provision of this MSA and the use agreements, so that the two provisions cannot enter into force, the provisions of the user contract prevail over the contradictory provision of that MSA. HCF and CMP also agree that Freelance Clinician has the right to take such action regarding this agreement or its free clinical accounts, including, but not limited to suspension, termination or legal action, as Freelance Clinician considers it necessary at its sole discretion. A. The parties agree that all payments for compensation for CMP benefits are made through the billing and payment system. b) CMP and HCF each recognize that Freelance Clinician is entitled to receive its fees for any payment made by HCF. c. HCF is credited with paying a CMP invoice on the day that this payment is made to the billing and payment system, and HCF is entitled to the prompt account authorized by that MSA, if any, based on the date of payment by HCF to the billing and payment system.