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Health Care Changes: Allergy and Immunology

  Cost of Allergist Still a Value at Midwest Allergy  Health care delivery is a rapidly evolving industry, and all specialties have been affected, including allergy and immunology. Practices like Midwest Allergy are continually trying to adhere to new guidelines mandated by our government, insurance companies, and allergy/immunology governing boards. Unfortunately, patients ultimately feel the […]

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Health care delivery is a rapidly evolving industry, and all specialties have been affected, including allergy and immunology. Practices like Midwest Allergy are continually trying to adhere to new guidelines mandated by our government, insurance companies, and allergy/immunology governing boards.

Unfortunately, patients ultimately feel the impact of this as well. Many patients have noticed increased out of pocket expenses for medications and services provided by physicians. Furthermore, access to quality medications has suffered, as insurance companies often prefer to cover older generic medications rather than novel therapies.

Midwest Allergy physicians have been proactive in dealing with the current medical environment, while remaining determined to continue to offer high quality care. Our physicians actively participate in local, state and national allergy/immunology meetings to help promote our specialty and to learn the best ways to integrate new guidelines into our practices.

Our staff has played a vital role in accommodating changes as well. They work diligently to keep Midwest Allergy an efficient and quality medical practice. For instance, our nurses spend more time than ever working to get medications covered for patients after initial insurance denials. Many of our nurses also attend local, state and national allergy/immunology meetings to expand their knowledge.

Our goal is to continue to provide the best allergy/immunology care to our community. While doing so, we strive to help guide patients through the health care changes that we are currently encountering and those we certainly will see in the future.

Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make your experience at Midwest Allergy better.

Philip N. Rancitelli, M.D., F.A.A.A.A.I.

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