Out-of-state Insurances – Introduction
While at the Workers’ Compensation Conference in Orlando last week, I was surprised by how many adjusters and nurse case managers asked the same question:
Do the doctors in your directory accept out-of-state insurances?
Apparently, such doctors are in great demand.
What is out-of-state insurance?
The clue is in the name, but let’s spell it out: Out-of-state insurance is when a patient’s insurance is from a different state.
One adjuster described it to me like this:
I have an employee who was injured in New York, but then moved to Florida. He is now looking for a doctor in Florida who accepts his New York insurance. It is taking me forever to call doctors’ offices to find one who does!
Yes, I accept out-of-state insurance. How can I see more of these cases?
This can be achieved in two easy steps:
1. Ensure you have created a listing the Workers-Compensation-Doctors.com directory. Create your listing now.
If you are creating a new listing, it will be possible to check the option “Accepts out-of-state insurance”.
2. If you already have a listing, you can Login to Update Your Listing. When updating your listing, you will see a list of Workers’ Compensation Insurances. Please check those that apply, including “Accepts Out-of-State Insurance”.
Adjusters, Nurse Case Managers, Attorneys and Patients will then be able to perform filter searches to find doctors (such as you) who accept out-of-state insurances.
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