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Dr. Gerard Gianoli
Dr. Gerard Gianoli is a neurotologist at The Ear and Balance Institute in Covington, Louisiana.
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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Gerard Gianoli
In this episode, Dr. Gerard Gianoli of The Ear & Balance Institute (Covington, Louisiana), joins host Dr. Ashley Agan to discuss his experience with the third-party-free practice model.
First, Dr. Gianoli describes how his work treating vestibular disorders spurred his interest in the third-party-free practice model, where patients pay upfront for services, then submit insurance claims for reimbursement as appropriate. Dr. Gianoli walks listeners through his practice’s transition, focusing on referral patterns and patient concerns. Then, the surgeons speak to the model’s advantages, including reduced rates of physician burnout, higher-value patient care, and reduced administrative burden. Looking ahead, Dr. Gianoli assesses the role of third-party-free practices in the U.S. healthcare landscape. Finally, the episode wraps with a discussion of Dr. Gianoli’s recent book on Third Mobile Window Syndrome.
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