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Anesthesiologist Charges: Get Maximum Credit for your Clients

Aug 22, 2017

If your personal injury client needs a future surgery, you need a medical estimate to send to the insurance company. Before you do that, you need to make sure that the estimate includes all the bills your client is likely to receive, including anesthesiologist charges.

As a healthcare research company that specializes in delivering data transparency, we routinely find that surgery estimates provided by treating physicians are three to five times lower than what is actually charged. They often don’t include physicians’ services that are billed separately, like anesthesiologists. Anesthesiologist are present at nearly all surgeries and are some of the most expensive medical specialists around.

Anesthesiologist Charges Explained

Anesthesia can range from $500 for a local anesthetic administered in an office to $4,500 or more when general anesthesia is administered for complex OR procedures… It’s essential that your future needs assessment includes the reasonable value for an anesthesiologist in your clients’ region.

AccuMed Healthcare Research can help.

Unbiased Reports from AccuMed HealthCare Research

AccuMed provides personal injury attorneys with the accurate, reasonable value of their clients’ medical damages, including their future needs. Our detailed reports are drawn from our massive database of 40+ million medical records, which our analysts distill based on procedure, provider, and geographic area to arrive at a final figure. If necessary, we will support our findings in court with expert testimony.

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