Remedies available when negotiations break down
It happens to most providers eventually. You’re negotiating a contract with a payer, and everything comes to a halt when the two parties can’t agree on a key provision. Neither side is willing to let go of the extra dollars, with the provider insisting that the money will make or break it and the payer trying to explain that it has thousands of providers and must stick to its predetermined amounts.
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