Medical Provider Subrogation: The TPES Model
When a medical practice or hospital signs a business agreement with TPES, we get to work immediately taking the following steps.
Records in collections at the medical center are reviewed to find possible third party negligence cases.
Eligible records are then analyzed to determine the circumstances surrounding each injury, medical billing details, and each patient’s diagnostics.
Medical center staff reaches out to patients with potential cases and presents TPES as an opportunity.
TPES meets with patients and explains that signing on with the program exonerates them of their medical bills and, after payment of their attorney’s fees and costs, a guarantee of at least 20 percent of the remaining settlement balance or 100 percent remaining after their medical bills are paid, whichever number is greater.
TPES launches a full incident investigation and turns findings over to appointed legal counsel for further review.
Legal counsel makes the final determination of future investigatory action and makes the decision to pursue legal action against a third party with payment of medical bills as the top priority.
When a sufficient settlement is collected, the medical facility is paid either in full or receives the remaining balance after the patient receives 20 percent.