9 April 2013
9 April 2013,

Physicians are regularly solicited to participate in preferred provider networks (PPNs) via participating provider agreements. But how does a physician know if the agreement is beneficial for the practice? In today’s market of rental networks, it is imperative to understand which organizations physicians are contracting with and what the agreements should contain. View the webinar, “Eliminating unfair discountsExternal Link” to learn how preferred provider networks work, what the difference is between a primary and secondary provider network and what should be contained in an agreement. This webinar also provides an update on the AMA’s related legislative activities.

Source: AMA

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