Provisions in the “new surprises act” protect patients from surprise bills. It outlaws two types of medical care provider contracts: exclusive provider arrangements and “balance billing” agreements.
As an eye care professional, you understand the importance of your optical’s revenue and its critical role in the survival and growth of your practice. But, how do you know if it is performing as well as it could be, or how it is performing compared to the national average? Fortunately, there are some simple calculations you can do to find out how your optical is performing and where improvements can be made.
Many people do not look forward to it or expect to enjoy themselves. This provides an opportunity for eye care practices to create an exceptional experience that shows respect for their time and money… and makes it easier for them to schedule a return visit for more services.