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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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consulting

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

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ANALYSIS

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

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Data

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

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Negotiations

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

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Latest News

Mar 22, 2021

Katie Adams -| March 22, 2021 A cost-cutting change in Medicare policy will reduce payments to hospitals for some surgical procedures and increase costs for patients, according to a March 21 report from the The Washington Post. Before the change, CMS categorized 1,740 surgeries and other services as “inpatient only,” meaning they were eligible for...

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Mar 16, 2021

Katie Adams | March 16th, 2021 The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package President Joe Biden recently signed into law expands the subsidies available under the Affordable Care Act for comprehensive health insurance, according to a March 10 report from The New York Times. The American Rescue Plan increases subsidies for Americans who are already eligible...

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Mar 16, 2021

Robert King | Mar 16, 2021 A key Medicare advisory panel is calling for a 2% bump to Medicare payments for acute care hospitals for 2022 but no hike for physicians. The report, released Monday from the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC)—which recommends payment policies to Congress—bases payment rate recommendations on data from 2019. However,...

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