important aspects employers consider when evaluating employees. However, the ANP should keep track of all the ways, other than monetarily, that they contribute so they can easily present them at negotiation time. Blazek, N. (2014). How to negotiate a fair NP contract. Clinical Advisor. Retrieved from - contract/article/356496/ Buppert, C. (2015). Nurse practitioner’s business practice & legal guide (5 th ed.) . Retrieved from Medicare = 85% reimbursement rate for NPs or if employed by MD can be 100% IF all “incident” rules required are met (Buppert, p. 303). “incident” is particular to Medicare. Legal definition is “services furnished as an integral, although incidental, part of the physicians personal professional services in the course of diagnosis or treatment of an injury to illness” (Buppert, p. 303). These services must be done in the doctor’s office and under direct supervision to qualify. Medicaid pays NPs 70-100% “Health care providers should also be prepared to articulate nonmonetary contributions to the practice, such as improvements in patient satisfaction, increases in repeat customers and declines in no-show appointments. Patient testimonials can be a great way to demonstrate added value.” Blazek, N. (2014). How to negotiate a fair NP contract. Clinical Advisor. Retrieved
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