February 24, 2016

How Much Do Medical Bill Review And Negotiation Companies Cost?

Medical Bill Review And Negotiation Pricing

You will be very happy to know that most medical bill review companies work on a contingency basis! how much do medical bill review and negotiation companies cost?What this means is that you the customer only pays a fee when the medical advocate saves you money. For instance, if you had a bill for $30,000 and the advocate saved you 100% of that bill, based on the contingency percentage you would owe the advocate a certain amount of the $30,000 saved. At DisputeBills we work on a 30% contingency payment plan, so if we saved you 100% of the $30,000 you would owe Disputebills $9,000. What’s great about this is that the $30,000 is money in your pocket you wouldn’t have had if it wasn’t for the medical bill review company. This makes it a little easier for you to part with the percentage fee.

Why do medical bill review companies take a percentage?

There is an enormous amount of work to do when reviewing the details of bills, including, but not limited to negotiating with hospitals, bill collections, insurance companies, etc. The medical billing experts spend countless hours and sometimes weeks, working on your behalf. This saves you the time and aggravation of having to navigate through the complex system of health insurance. At the end of the day, if there are no errors, or we can’t negotiate the price down you will not be charged and you also wouldn’t have had to go through the arduous process that our staff is trained to do.

  • Expertise of reviewing bills.
  • Expertise when it comes to negotiating bills down.
  • Time and hassle it saves you the customer having to go back and forth with the hospital, collections and health insurance company.
  • The savings you receive is money back in your pocket.
Brian Keane
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Brian Keane

Director of Marketing at Disputebills.