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The Affordable Care Act, for better or worse, has changed healthcare dramatically.  The ACA has provided many people with health insurance who didn’t have it before.  However, many of these plans include provisions for deductibles as much as $5,000.00.  We believe and many of our clients have seen this already, that the ACA will give rise to greater collection issues among health care providers.  The odds are good that the people signing up for these high deductible plans are the ones least likely to afford the $5,000 deductibles.  Our office is well versed in the collection of unpaid medical bills.  Our staff is trained regularly on collections issues relating to the FDCPA and other relevant state and federal statutes.  We can assist medical providers with any and all matters relating to unpaid deductibles, coinsurance and out of network payments.  

Additionally, our attorneys can assist medical providers in deciphering the difficult and complex language of insurance contracts to insure that the insurance carriers are paying correctly according to the contract.  

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