The Costs of Oil Spills: Could it Push More Consumers to Electric Vehicles
Crews in California are actively working to clean up nearly 126,000 gallons of oil that spilled out into the Pacific Ocean near Orange County. Right now authorities are speculating what might have caused the spill early guesses is an anchor that might have struck the pipeline. 126,000 gallons sounds like a lot of oil so we asked Michael Davies who is the founder of Green Econometrics what the economic impact is and could oil spills like this influence more to switch to electric vehicles.
Salata’s Secrets to Catering to a Diverse Customer Base
Salata, a salad-focused chain, has found a way to cater to a wide customer base despite the overwhelming number of options available. In a recent episode of The Main Course, Salata’s President, Michelle Bythewood, and VP of Franchise Development, Julie Davis, discuss how Salata offers customization while maintaining a visually-pleasing atmosphere. By catering to flavor […]
Insurance Providers Should Prioritize Solutions for Streamlining Pre-Authorization Processes
Prior authorization wastes medical and insurance providers’ time and can result in poor patient outcomes. Changes are likely as the federal government reviews legislation. Melanie Musson, a health insurance expert with USInsuranceAgents.com, reminds providers, “Health insurance providers should focus on creating better pre-authorization processes to improve efficiency and patient outcome.” Prior authorization has been […]
Provider & Payer Dynamics: Revenue Cycle’s Evolution
Pre-authorization is a word that is being tossed around more and more frequently in the healthcare world. Often referred to as pre-approvals, prior approvals, or prior authorizations, these are insurance-dictated restrictions on medicines, tests, or health services that require a check before insurance will officially cover the product or service. More than three quarters of […]