There are too many times to count where we’ve encountered physicians who have not renegotiated their payer contracts for years and sometimes never.

If you fall into this category, then don’t waste another minute. 

Reach for the phone and call us (877) 464-3005.

Compare your payer contracts and reimbursements on an ongoing basis; test payer offers and your counter-offers. Key contractual information is easily available and provides a reference for renegotiating. All contracts are inventoried and catalogued.

Determine what various reimbursement rates will do to your bottom line, in aggregate and by CPT® code. Test the adequacy of your charges, determine A/R and write-off amounts.

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  • Requesting a Copy of Our Provider Agreement
  • Requesting Our Complete Fee Schedule
  • Contract Renegotiation Notice and Contract Renegotiation Appeal
  • Terminating Our Provider Agreement
  • Notice to (Name of Payer) Patients
  • Creating Payer Letters

The inability to define your leverage will lead to failed negotiations.

Payers are not going to bring up missed points of leverage with you.

Just a 7 percent increase (our average) on total annual collections of $500,000 can put an extra $35,000 in your pocket.

Considering Your Leverage