Southampton, NY (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
Southampton A.C.O. is offering tips to local Long Island health professionals to capitalize on new revenue elements of the healthcare reform act. With the new healthcare reform, the real revenue comes from the shared savings rather than insurance exchanges.
“For the true healthcare reform to take root, two more things should happen. The overall population will unequivocally have to get healthier and the cost of healthcare will have to start to go down,” stated Lee Ropiak, Project Manager for Southampton A.C.O.
The following real revenue tips with the implementation of the HealthCare Reform are as follows:
1. Healthcare professionals should investigate on average how much it cost to care for a patient in the past and set up a benchmark for patients moving forward.
2. Become a healthcare professional under the Southampton A.C.O. organization.
3. After becoming a member, understand and study how much less it will cost going forward to care for each and every patient.
4. With the organization of an A.C.O., become eligible for payments in addition to regular reimbursements for “Fee for Service” claims.
By following these tips, local Long Island healthcare professionals will see the new revenue from the reform act.
“Just because the new healthcare insurance exchanges are becoming a reality when the website is fixed, doesn’t mean that doctors will get their fair share of new revenue. Shared savings from the new healthcare act is the real new revenue,” continued Ropiak.
Southampton A.C.O. moves forward to implement new changes for the healthcare on Long Island uniting local primary care physicians and specialists allowing for a streamlined experience for patients.
For more information about Southampton A. C. O. please visit http://www.southamptonaco.com or feel free to contact by email: ask(at)SouthamptonACO(dot)com or phone: (631)328-2644
About Southampton A.C.O
Established in 2013, Southampton A.C.O was formed under section 3022 of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid rule. The organization will allow local primary care physicians and specialists delivering primary care services to file additional claims for shared savings. A.C.O.s will work to reduce health care professional and patient frustration and disconnected care. It will allow for doctor’s visits to streamline