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Indianapolis Group Chooses Contract Solution

August 15, 2007
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Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group (ING), a 20-physician neurosurgery practice based in Indianapolis, has chosen Medical Present Value Inc. (MPV) to manage its payer contracts and audit reimbursement.

According to MPV, ING will use its combination of Web-based technology, contract definition, and modeling to evaluate overall contract performance, stay up-to-date on the latest payment policies and fee schedules, and streamline the appeals process.

In addition, reporting and analysis tools will enable the practice to model the financial implications of proposed contract terms, including how carve outs, alternate fee schedules and modifier rules may affect payment, says the Austin, Texas-based company.

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