AMPS Driven Solutions
Is it possible to make Out-of-Network care affordable?
AMPS offers multiple solutions to drive significant savings on out-of-network bills, including direct negotiations and reference based repricing. AMPS' OON service averages over 60% savings on out-of-network medical bills.
Medical Bill Review
How do you know that your medical claims are accurate?
AMPS Medical Directors perform line-by-line facility claim reviews to correct mistakes and ensure accurate and reasonable pricing. AMPS MBR clients save an average of $685/employee annually.
Reference Based Reimbursement
Stop over paying and replace your PPO network!
AMPS Care Connex program combines RBR, Healthcare Navigators, member advocacy, and primary care telemedicine to help you save 20% on health expenses while providing high quality benefits and care. AMPS RBR clients save an average of $2,600/employee annually.
Direct Provider Contracting
What if you could make money-saving contracts with the providers your employees value most?
Increase Plan savings through AMPS Direct Provider Contracting with the providers your employees value most. AMPS can add critical providers to your benefits program and significantly decrease your Plan medical spending and member out-of-pocket costs.
Are your Workers’ Compensation claims truly clean claims?
AMPS' physician led audits are like no other in the workers' compensation industry. Physicians audit each line of your medical bill prior to the traditional bill review process, so you pay only what you should. Truly clean medical bills result in a 10-30% of added savings below State Fee Schedules, UCR or PPO.
What Solutions Are Best For You?
AMPS allows employers the option to quickly move away from the high cost alternatives of the BUCAs and save 20% or more in the first year, or to slowly rein in costs through a multi-year cost reduction plan.
For small-to-mid-size brokers competing with larger brokerages who think, "I can never get into that 5,000 to 10,000 man account; the big alphabet houses are always going to control them." – that's not necessarily true.
Employers expect TPAs to control costs, but they expect you to do that inside a bubble that makes it really difficult for you to do anything unique. The way TPAs are going to stay viable is by doing things outside the usual boundaries.
Stop-loss carriers are pinched harder than anyone else when it comes to healthcare costs. You never get to take advantage of quality Managed Care rates, or determine on your own what will be paid and won't be paid.