Most physicians and dentists are familiar with contracting to be a part of a third-party payer’s network. This usually means increased patient flow (from the patients enrolled in the payer’s plan(s)) and fee discounts.
This article first appeared in the July 18, 2022 edition of Crain’s Detroit Business.
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