At Strause Law Group, PLLC, we represent health care providers who have lost network provider status. Our firm has experience in cases involving a variety of insurers, including Anthem Blue Cross, Humana and Medicare/Medicaid.
We understand the financial consequences of losing network provider status. If you have been threatened with removal as a network provider by an insurance company, either individually or as part of a facility, talk with a lawyer from our firm to learn about your legal options. Drawing on our extensive experience with health care legal matters, we may be able to restore your network provider status.
Exploring Your Legal Options
Did one of these happen to you? Any of these actions could affect your network provider status:
- A complaint to a state administrative board
- Issues with a peer review
- A medical malpractice lawsuit
Our attorneys can help you explore various legal options to maintain your status as a network provider. There may be several contractual remedies available based on the specific circumstances of your case. Often, it is beneficial to work and negotiate directly with the insurance company to try to find common ground on the issue. When all nonlitigation remedies have been exhausted (such as arbitration, mediation or another form of alternative dispute resolution), we are prepared to aggressively represent our clients in court.
We work to get clients reviewed again by the insurance company, making a compelling case as to why they should be reconsidered to be a network provider. We practice nationally in administrative law matters, from offices in Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky.
Talk With Us Today About Your Legal Concerns
To learn about legal options that may allow you to continue as a network provider and maintain your professional licensure, call 502-498-8268, 859-428-7029 or contact our law offices online.