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Pain Management Doctors Who Accept Medicaid
My mom needs a specialist not on her insurance. Are doctors reluctant to negotiate fees with cash patients?
Doctors will often: negotiate w/cash patients. The main thing is to get your mom seen by the proper doc. Please don't hesitate to search. If the person at the front desk won't help, drop in and have a chat. Some folks in doc offices are much better to deal w/than others. Be kind and patient and hopefully you will succeed. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Fore treatment-resistant depression. No local psychiatrists prescribe it, so seeking anesthesiologists or pain management physicians .
Dental: can you give me the names of 2 periodontists who participate in hartford connecticut's medicaid dental comprehensive care program for adults?
You need to check!: I take a limited number of medicaid patients. You need to call the doctors and determine their policy. ...Read more
Trying to find a doctor in Indiana who will accept insurance for suboxone only ones he can find are clinics who want cash or doctors who have very lon?
Hospitals having drs who specialize in necrotizing pancreatitis will they accept pt with no insurance we l mtive in butte, mt?
In 2012, only 9% of eligible patients received an annual wellness visit. Why don't more primary care doctors perform it for their medicare patients?
Minimal incentive.: 100% of our eligibles get it. I suppose that many don't do it because it is not incentivized well. It is a lot of work and creates a lot of new processes and thinking. ...Read more
Yes: Psychiatrists are the medical doctors who specialize in phobias. Don't worry, they are not like other doctors, they're tools are conversation (not blood draws and x-rays). Psychologists also deal with phobias, and are often less expensive than psychiatrists. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Can you give me a list of raleigh, north carolina doctors who handle workmen's compensation patients?
Try this: You may want to try amssm.Org. . .This is a site with a lot of sports med docs like me and a very good number of them will take workman's comp. They will do a good job. You can do a "find a doc" tab on there when you go there. If you can't find one shoot me an email on here. ...Read more
Need local dr caring helpful listens understands accepts caresource. Very athletic can't run anymore inpain pt and accupunture was no help canton ohio?
Very complex issues: Any person may refuse medical treatment, even when committed to a psychiatric hospital. Yet these same people often do need medications. Legal perspectives cite 2 important bounds: protecting ill/vulnerable people, and not infringing on their autonomy. Therapeutic alliance between patient & doctor must walk between these bounds. In a medical emergency, the patient can be involuntarily medicated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
DUE TO MAJOR DEPRESSION, I NEED A MATURE PSYCHIATRIST WHO ACCEPTS MEDICARE INSURANCE IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Hospitalization: Sometimes people with dementia need to be in the hospital -- especially when they have an acute change in their mental status. Many medical conditions need to be ruled out, and treated as needed. Families often bring their elderly family members to er's, asking for help. This may best be provided on medical psychiatric units, where staff is skilled and comfortable working with such people. ...Read more
No: Doctors (and presumably also nurse practitioners) need to have a license to practice. Malpractice liability insurance is purchased by doctors unless the insurance is too expensive, which has actually happened in some states, creating a malpractice insurance crisis . . . Meaning that the amount a doctor earns from providing patient care is not enough to pay malpractice insurance premiums. ...Read more
Location, location..: You'll need to check for your State's laws on this. Some may allow it, but many don't and it changes over the years. The professional will likely know or be able to find out easily. Best! ...Read more
Can a md. Deny medicare-paid hospice end-stage dementia patient physical therapy if patient's family requests it to maintain movement with new law?
Hmmm . . . : Could there maybe be a disagreement between this physician and your family about what's in the patient's best interests? This is a deep discussion that involves much thought and consideration, and which deserves scheduled time with your relative's doctor to go over treatment plans, prognosis, etc. Maybe such a discussion can resolve these issues? Doctors want to help, not hurt or harm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Docs. working for insurance a threat to children health. A doctor refuse referral my child for speech disorder, unless involve school. l don't agree?
Speech therapy: Honestly, I don't like the schools involved in the beginning for certain things, but sometimes it is not the doctor's fault. The insurance company has restrictions on what they consider to be medical reasons for speech therapy. We refer the patient and then when the insurance company won't pay, we get blamed! The school is responsible without a medical reason. There are many sides to every dilemma. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain management doctors- what type of interventional treatment do offer to patients with sympathetically maintained pain?
Interventions: Typically, injections such as lumbar sympathetic or stellate ganglion blocks can be used in conjunction with physical therapy and non opioid nerve pain medication. Also, spinal cord stimulation has been used effectively to reduce symptoms if other interventions fail. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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