We have a report that there is a single individual in billing that apparently is the only person in the hospital that knows about the program. If you see her your chances of being taken care of and only paying your copay seems to increase. We don’t know her name, nor do we know what days and hours she works. We assume, like AUFMC, if you happen to go there when she is not there you will have to pay up front.
The well coordinated and trained hospitals at work and a very good indicator of just how good a job ISOS did. But as they said there are always bumps in the road. We agree but these are not bumps, these are caverns created by an inexperienced front created by ISOS for some unknown purpose.