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Dr. Robert Jones
West Plains, MO

A Vantage client surgeon wanted to expand his practice but needed help with building his referral base in the expansion territory. Vantage touted Dr. Jones' abilities and reputation with local ODs and helped him to quickly ramp up a profitable third satellite location.

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Vantage offers online guide to new healthcare law

Vantage provides information on how to navigate and adapt to the regulations in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act


Vantage Outsourcing CEO, Ann Deters, announces a new online guide that will provide information to outsourcing clients on how to manage the recent reform in healthcare insurance, including how to successfully comply with new laws.

The online guide provides vital information for healthcare providers, as they implement the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) that was signed into law in 2010 and offers consumers extensive rights and protections. The guide also explains the purpose of Accountable Care Organizations and their role in covering areas such as finances, risk contracting, incentives, care coordination and the effective use of health information technology.

“The healthcare industry will face many changes with the implementation of the PPACA, and our guide will help providers every step along the way as they comply with these new laws,” said Deters.

Although many changes associated with PPACA have already taken place, more changes are expected to occur this year and focus mainly on improving access to preventative healthcare, improving the payments systems, and increasing funding to the Children’s Health Insurance Program.

Vantage’s six-page guide provides value information to cataract surgery providers, highlighting the opportunity to reduce costs and to publish surgeons’ surgical and clinical outcomes to enhance the reputation of facilities.

“Facilities and physicians must focus on quality of care, reducing costs, and the coordination of medical services,” said Deters. “In the past, doctors and facilities worked largely independently of each other. Now with the new laws, everyone must work together and provide coordinated services at reduced costs while improving patient outcomes.”