Surveys

When we say that we are interested in your opinion, we are serious. As such, we regularly create and produce surveys on timely and pertinent topics. Often times, the results of our surveys have resulted in policy changes that have been beneficial to those within our industry. And always, we make the results of our surveys available to the public at no charge.

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Below is a list of current surveys conducted by Frank Cohen.




Below are the results of prior surveys conducted by Frank Cohen.
Fee Schedule Basis Fee Schedule Basis
Here are the findings of a survey we conducted early in 2017 to get an idea of the methods medical practices use to establish and maintain fee schedules, and what charge is used for Medicare billing. 
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The Everyday Cost of Compliance The Everyday Cost of Compliance
This PDF contains the executive summary for the survey I recently conducted. The purpose of this survey was to get a better understanding of costs incurred by medical practices with respect to their compliance efforts. 
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Obtaining Fee Schedules from Payers Survey Obtaining Fee Schedules from Payers Survey
This .zip file contains the executive summary for the survey I recently conducted on obtaining fee schedules from payers. 
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RAC Audit and Appeals - 2012 RAC Audit and Appeals - 2012
This .zip file contains the executive summary and detailed worksheets for the study I recently conducted on the cost to physician practices of irregular findings by the RAC auditors regarding improperly paid claims. 
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Recoupment Survey Results Recoupment Survey Results
This .zip file contains two files that detail the results of the Recoupment survey. The Microsoft Excel workbook contains detail on each of the questions and the Adobe Acrobat file is the survey report. I have also included a document that details my findings. 
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