New News: we are going to hold a (very) limited-attendance half-hour open-mike open-video Zoom meeting right at 1:45 EDT, after the webinar. Think of it as the after-party.
If you would like to be invited, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you might contribute to the conversation. Perhaps your own experience with surprise bills or with the Quizzify consent, or anything else. We will invite folks with the most interesting stories. (And friends of Quizzify. of course.)
Apologies in advance that only 4% of registrants can participate, or else it will get too unwieldy. If we can't fit you in, you'll have first dibs on the next after-party.
Imagine how your employees (and your CFO!) would feel about having their $14,000 in-network ER bill reduced by 95%. Without going to court, without hiring an attorney, without dinging your credit score, without conceding a nickel. Even without being forced to sign an NDA!
Those of you who attended our March webinar -- featuring experts Marty Makary, Marshall Allen and Leah Binder -- will be very pleased to know that's exactly what transpired in this well-publicized case. James Hamilton -- with the assistance of Quizzi-fan and uber-benefits advisor Theresa Costa and MedWatch -- was able to avoid more than $13,000 in billed charges, of which he would have been personally responsible for more than $10,000.
https://bit.ly/3ebQczT has the details.
Avoiding surprise bills for non-electives is just one item in our ROI Calculator--but it can pay for all of Quizzify. https://www.quizzify.com/roi-calculator
You may be thinking, yeah, but the Quizzify "prevent consent" https://bit.ly/3wuqywA won't work after the surprise-bill rules change in January. Quite the opposite: it will work in more circumstances.
Next -- be ready for the great reveal -- it can dramatically facilitate hospital contracting. Imagine holding the upper hand in direct hospital contracting. This webinar will show you how our language can do that.