Physician Advocacy for Patients with Insurers

Insurer influence on the practice of orthopaedic surgery continues to increase. The implementation of the No Surprises Act on Jan. 1, along with the ongoing administrative burden and delayed patient care caused by prior authorization requirements, will bring additional challenges to both physicians and patients in the year ahead. In this episode Tony DaRe from the national employee benefits consulting firm BSI Corporate Benefits discusses the ways in which orthopaedic surgeons can advocate for and with their patients to overcome insurer challenges and improve the system.

Douglas Lundy, MD, MBA, FAAOS, Chair, Advocacy Council

Tony DaRe, CEO and Agency Principal at BSI Corporate Benefits



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