top of page

Medical Overbilling is Taking Money from Your Health Plan and Participants

February 15, 2024 | Charles Greenawalt, BA & Kevin Renner, MBA | LaborPress


If one of your health plan participants recently underwent surgery, visited an emergency room, or stayed in the hospital, chances are good your plan and member have been overcharged for the care. Chances are good as well that no one noticed or knew how to spot the unfair billing.


Every day unions and employers use our company to review medical bills for accuracy and fairness. We often find billing errors, greed, and fraud. For example, a podiatrist in New York elected to use an assistant surgeon for two common surgeries on a patient. That assistant surgeon alone billed $169,410. Fair payment for the assistant as determined by our surgeon review was $632. Read More...

Comments


bottom of page