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Katz Brunner Healthcare (KBH) is a managed care consulting and data analysis firm specializing in the unique managed care issues confronted by healthcare providers located in small urban or rural areas. KBH utilizes the extensive experience of its principals in over thirty states, representing hundreds of hospitals and affiliated physician groups, and having worked with almost every major payor in the country.

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Specialist in managed care strategic action plans practical in small urban & rural communities

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Accurately identify impacts of practical & fiscal options in small community hospital settings

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Access practical, useful benchmark data online intuitively designed by Syntact Healthcare

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Professional, experienced managed care negotiators coach you or make the right moves on your behalf

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Latest News

Feb 7, 2020

Ron Shinkman | Feb. 7, 2020 Dive Brief: • Telehealth and remote monitoring are becoming significant forces in healthcare delivery, according to a new survey of 1,300 primary care and specialty physicians released Thursday by the American Medical Association. • The number of physicians who use telehealth for visiting with patients has doubled between 2016...

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Jan 22, 2020

Joanne Finnegan | Jan 22, 2020 A new report found providers on average spend almost $11 per transaction to conduct a prior authorization manually versus $1.88 for an electronic transaction. The cost of prior authorization requirements on physician practices has continued to increase—up 60% in 2019 to manually generate a request to insurers. The just...

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Jan 17, 2020

Robert King | Jan 17, 2020 Medical bill healthcare cost price patient spending A new analysis found that spending for shoppable hospital services, which are the subject of a new transparency rule, made up a small amount of Medicare spending in 2017. The shoppable healthcare services that are the subject of the Trump administration’s controversial...

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