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How This Provider Compares

This Provider

Avg in State & Specialty

Providers in this state and specialty were reimbursed, on average, $199 per patient in 2012.
They performed about 6 services per patient. Here’s how this provider compares.
Number of
Patients
621
Rank: 289th
out of 2,592 providers in this state & specialty
Services
Performed
2,951
Rank: 655th
out of 2,592 providers in this state & specialty
Avg Services
Per Patient
4.8 This Provider
Avg 6
Total Paid
by Medicare
$124K
Rank: 444th
out of 2,592 providers in this state & specialty
Avg Paid
Per Patient
$199 This Provider
Avg $199

Office Visits

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Medicare reimburses office visits using a five-point scale, with five being the most intensive and costly. The chart below shows what percentage of this provider’s office visits were reimbursed at each level. A higher than average proportion of costly visits is not necessarily an indication of a problem, but it may be worth asking about.

Hover over each slice to see percentage breakdown.

Ben A. Raines
Average for Family Medicine Providers in North Carolina

This Provider's Services

This provider performed 19 different services in 2013

The details of this provider's services have been redacted.


Note: Medicare redacted this data for any services provided to fewer than 11 patients.

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Sources: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, National Plan and Provider Enumeration System, American Medical Association

Services that begin with a letter come from CMS. All other codes and descriptions of the medical procedures are from the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code set, copyright 2013 American Medical Association. All rights reserved. Where practical, AMA’s consumer friendly translation of the CPT descriptor was used. ProPublica has received permission from the AMA to use these codes on this site.

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