Nov. 11, 2020
Anagram, an online platform that allows eyecare providers to look up and easily process patients’ out-of-network benefits, is announcing a new, tiered pricing plan that asks ECPs to pay only for what their practice uses.
The intention of the new pricing, the company explains, is to make payment easier for practices, as it can be hard to pay a flat rate for the platform when patient flow varies each month. A tiered pricing plan allows practices to have a payment plan that accommodates each month’s level of patient volume.
The new model is a tiered percent per claim plan that works on a pay-as-you-go basis. Instead of a flat rate, Anagram’s billing to the practice will depend on the amount of new, out-of-network business the practice brings in each month. That means your payment to Anagram adjusts based on the volume of out-of-network patients you see each month.
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