Writing Proposal Letters that Connect with Payers
This white paper is full of valuable tips specifically geared toward medical providers, ancillary providers, including DME / HME companies, home infusion companies and specialty labs. Learn how to get a payer’s attention to contract with you, as well as obtain specific advice about how to appeal to payers’ needs.
Today’s topic is titled “Make sure you write a strong value proposition letter that connects with payers”. To kick off a payer contract negotiation, the best approach is to send a short proposal letter to the contracts’ manager at the health insurance company. By short, I mean, 1.5 pages maximum, and preferably shorter. Also, it is important to send this letter to the payer contracts’ manager rather than a provider relations representative. In large health insurance companies, these are usually two distinct and different departments and jobs.
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