2012-04-19 / Front Page

Mercy gets 10-year contract

By Jill Ballinger
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Our Company charges

Our Company charges comparable rates with nearby Counties. In addition, we realize that when Local residents are transported and they do not have insurance any bill is too high for them. If we have that situation we write the bill down to the lowest price allowed by law which is Medicare allowable rates. Currently that would be between $370 to $440 depending upon the condition of the patient plus $7 per mile.

Now, if they just didn't

Now, if they just didn't overcharge the patients it would be all good. With a markup that they charge why subsidize them?

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