How we work with Attorneys
Broward Outpatient Medical Center accepts patients represented by attorneys for PIP/"No Fault" accident claims, patients on a lien basis with an "LOP" from their attorney, and patients with out of network benefits.
Types Of Accident Injury Claims We Work With
At Broward Outpatient Medical Center, we work with accident injury victims and their attorneys. Below is a short description of the types of claims we work with, but if you have any further questions about these claims, please call us at 954-532-6411 and we would be happy to walk you through the process.
PIP/"No Fault" Accidents
At Broward Outpatient Medical Center, we work with personal injury/accident attorneys regarding PIP/"No Fault" claims. We require the attorney to verify with us via a Letter of Representation that the client is represented, and a point of contact with the law firm.
Letter of Protection ("LOP")
We work with patients on a lien basis with a Letter of Protection ("LOP") from their attorney. We require the attorney to verify the LOP with us prior to the first medical consultation.
Out of Network Benefits
"Out of Network" simply means that we do not have a direct contract with your client's insurance company. That said, we are willing to bill them as out of network, and treat accordingly. For more information on how we work Out of Network with insurance, please call us at 954-532-6411.
After many years dealing with the accident and insurance field, we are well aware of the difficulty of getting patient files and information from many medical providers. To streamline the process, we have created a digital interface for you to formally request documentation. The interface satisfies HIPAA requirements, and ensures you records request is tracked and satisfied as quickly as possible.
To request client/patient records, click below.
Client Appointment Setting
At Broward Outpatient Medical Center, we also offer a very simple format to register new clients and have their appointment set as quickly as possible. Once registered, we will do appointment reminders, register transportation, and what else we are permitted to do to ensure your patient is properly diagnosed and treated in an expedient and efficient manner. With PIP laws in Florida now requiring treatment to begin in less than 14 days, it is imperative that you work with a medical provider who will work with you to protect your clients' claims.
Note that if your client is properly registered with you, the initial medical consultation is free.