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Value for Providers
Rendering Providers benefit from a partnership with an innovative RBM and its Payer clients, obtaining a source of qualified patients in need of high-tech imaging services and a quick, predictable payment process.
Value for Patients
Patients have assurance that hi-tech imaging studies will be administered safely and conveniently, while ontributing to accurate diagnoses and more predictive outcomes.
Value for Payers
Health Plans and other payers have assurance that high-tech imaging will be administered in a cost-effective manner according to medical necessity and evidence-based guidelines.
Value for Physicians
Referring Physicians benefit from a streamlined process for medical necessity review that is convenient and efficient for their office operations with the opportunity to speak directly with a board-certified radiologist as part of a collegial peer-review session.

Who we are

Care to Care delivers evidence-based solutions that promote the most efficient and effective use of medical resources across a range of specialties for the benefit of payers, physicians, providers and patients – the right service, at the right time, at the right cost.

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Screening for Lung Cancer

Screening Lung Cancer

Low-dose CT scans urged to detect lung cancer in current, former heavy smokers

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says 90% of those who develop the disease die from it because of delayed detection.

 

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Recent Events

Care to Care is Highlighted in Managed Care as Offering a More Doctor-Friendly System

Attempts to replace radiology benefit managers with a more doctor-friendly system show success 

Care to Care in the News

Care to Care Chief Medical Officer Michael Komarow, MD, JD featured on Medicaid Matters National...

Care to Care Offers Group Purchasing Program to ACAP

Care to Care Offers Group Purchasing Program to ACAP Member Plans for Next-Generation Radiology Benefit...

10th Annual Community Health Symposium

Astronomers infer that the universe contains huge amounts of a mysterious, invisible substance called dark...

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