TRICARE Changes Require Re-contracting in 2017

Effective mid-2017, the Department of Defense will re-structure TRICARE—the health program for active duty and retired military service members and their families—into two administrative regions. ...

What to Consider When Changing Your Urgent Care Center’s Legal Name

Have you considered changing legal name of your urgent care center? If so, it is important to understand the effects that this decision could have on your existing insurance contracts and your...

Accreditation Requirement Could Raise Issues for Urgent Care Centers

Blue Cross Blue Shield in Georgia recently started requiring UCAOA accreditation to centers that want to contract as “urgent care.”

Urgent Care Payor Contracting Clause Prohibits Offshore Vendor Services Without Approval

We have spotted a new trend in urgent care payor contracting, which could significantly impact urgent care payments. Payors are beginning to add a clause to their agreements prohibiting providers...

Urgent Care Contracting, Credentialing, Billing: Timely Execution Critical for Success

Anyone who has started a successful urgent care center will tell you it's critical to have timely execution of urgent care credentialing, contracting, and billing.


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