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Karan Chhabra, MD
Trying to make excellent surgical care affordable. Researcher . Resident . Creative Director . Blue Devil Emeritus.
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Karan Chhabra, MD 10h
Thank you :-)
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Jack Iwashyna Feb 27
Hey Rockstar speaking 9 - 11ish Friday 2/28/2020 in the B10 Collaboratory on "Nudging Take-Up of Subsidized Insurance: Preliminary Results" and then on social media and dissemination It's an open class--all r welcome. is hosting
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HealthActionNetwork Feb 27
. speaking to the patient experience and presenting the findings of a study examining out-of-network bills for privately-insured patients undergoing elective surgery with in-network surgeons and facilities
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Karan Chhabra, MD 23h
Thanks for bringing together a great group and helping bring our research to the policymakers who are trying to end surprise billing. And of for making sure I didn’t get lost!
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John Graves Feb 26
Replying to @johngraves9
The U.S. experience with a pandemic early in the calendar year will be uniquely challenging given that the vast majority of Americans have privately administered plans that (increasingly) rely on deductibles/cost-sharing as a fairly blunt utilization-management tool.
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 26
Excited to share the stage with this fantastic group and present our work on surprise billing tomorrow in the Capitol Visitor Center. Please come by if you're interested! 12-1 pm, lunch included.
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 26
Replying to @JBMatthews @nadasurf
So good.
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 26
Amazing news for a physician-leader who could not be more deserving. Congrats !!
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 26
Thanks for sharing coverage of our paper : Our paper here: Excited to discuss this topic in DC tomorrow with & team!
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 26
Replying to @asacarny
If only my closest reads weren’t after publication...
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 25
Replying to @riyachhabra14
Thanks Riya 🤓
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 24
If coronavirus is what it takes for policymakers to care about underinsurance...
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 24
Replying to @dp_oneill
2) So, like, M4A?
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 24
Real bad if true: Cigna accused of pocketing the difference between out-of-network reimbursements and out-of-network charges, duping self-insured employers who think they are paying full charges.
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 24
Replying to @FeibiZheng
Where do you see their niche?
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Karan Chhabra, MD retweeted
Your Best Friend Feb 23
COMPANY: we sell pizza ME: ok i paid. can I eat? CO: no that’s a premium u pay to access pizza ME: CO: there’s a co-pay per slice ME: but that’s it? CO: well some pizza is more until your deductible ME: I need to eat CO: whoops it’ll be $7000 this parlor is out of network
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 24
Replying to @ajadmon @karag
Mushrooms are covered, pepperoni is not.
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Kara Gavin Feb 24
Or, according to et al, the pizza chef and restaurant are in network but the waitstaff aren’t. Your pizza now costs $2,000...
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 24
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Karan Chhabra, MD Feb 24
Vertically integrated payers like United (via Optum) now dropping docs out of networks when they can bring patients in-house. In this case, happening in Medicaid HMOs before commercial or MA An insurance titan is dropping hundreds of N.J. physicians
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