When chronic pain sufferers have nowhere else to turn, others are given a
great opportunity... We can truly make a difference if we work together! We provide marketing in your local community; prospective patients are pre-screened (non-clinical), we prepare patient profiles which doctors can view via our complementary HIPAA compliant EMR program. We schedule and manage appointments, collect payment from patients, provide competitive compensation, conduct correspondents, and much more…
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Our mission is to help legitimate patients find excellent and caring doctors whom they can trust to treat them cost-effectively & properly.
Our network of doctors
NNCIP was established as a telemedicine health network for uninsured chronic
pain patients to connect with doctors in their area who can treat them. All of
the patients who use our network have a documented history of chronic or
intractable pain and are using some type of proven opioid therapy along with
other alternative methods which assist them in leading productive lives. Without
our assistance, patients often feel helpless and abandoned which frequently
leads to other severe illnesses like anxiety and depression.
Our ability to facilitate these patients’ needs gives doctors a great
opportunity to join our network and help patients while not having the burden of
dealing with insurance companies or managing patients’ payments. Additionally,
NNCIP has dedicated records specialist who verify patient documents before they
are brought to the physicians’ office giving the doctor more time and focus to
treat the patients’ condition.
NNCIP seeks doctors who understand the positive use of opioid therapy along
with other proven alternative techniques while still being very conscious of all
federal and state prescribing guidelines.
How the process works
NNCIP has developed a state of the art, HIPPA Compliant, web-based EMR
program for patients to register online and be scheduled to see a doctor from
the NNCIP network in their local area. Once patients have been registered, NNCIP
uses a stringent pre-screening process supervised by licensed doctors and
dedicated medical records specialist.
Once a patient has been pre-screened and their records are verified, they are
schedule to see the doctor in their local area for a face to face consultation.
The patient then prepays NNCIP and brings their original medical records to the
doctors’ office for review. Once the doctor has diagnosed the patient and
documents the clinical data on our web-based EMR program, payment is authorized
for the doctor and distributed on a bi-weekly basis via bank wire or check.
Doctor’s compensation varies by city and state and by consult type, e.g. initial/annual face-to-face, review/re-script, and telemedicine consultations. Since most patients are uninsured and elect to pay cash, we are able to promptly forward payment to the doctor without the trademark billing hassles experienced with insurance companies. Doctors can elect to use a P.A. at their discretion but must be done under their supervision as to establish and keep a bona fide doctor-patient relationship mandated by federal and state agencies.
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Our belief on chronic intractable pain treatment
Intractable pain patients are under treated and need a better overall
solution to obtain and maintain appropriate treatment. Over the past several
years, patients have been forced to seek alternative means e.g. Online
Consultation services, (“OCS”) that offer phone consultations for patients with
traceable medical records. The percentage of Internet diversion is not
significantly higher than traditional methods. Both primary and specialized
clinicians are, however, under significant scrutiny by the DEA concerning opioid
The DEA is enforcing stricter regulations in an effort to reduce diversion. Although these restrictions may prove to reduce diversion, they have also adversely affected many legitimate patients who suffer from legitimate chronic pain!
In cases where patients have exhausted every alternative means of treatment
and are still suffering from intractable pain and where consistent use of
opioids is the last resort, patients will depend on the timely accurate
dispensation of medications.
An estimated 70,000,000 Americans suffer from chronic pain every day! The
search for relief can be a long and insufferable journey leaving many patients
homebound or unable to lead a productive life.
Treatment may include a regiment of activities and medications just to keep
going. Many doctors believe that certification in pain specialization usually
leads to more regulations, complications and ultimately frustration for the
Physicians and pharmacists are under increasing pressure from the Drug
Enforcement Agency, DEA and state medical boards to comply with more restrictive
policies when prescribing controlled pain medications.
What is the solution?
We believe that all licensed doctors can provide various modalities for chronic pain management. Our program helps both doctors and patients arrive at a legal, appropriate and lasting treatment plan. Chronic patients hope for a solution to what some feel is an insurmountable dilemma.
variety of new medications have also been developed to help when nothing else
seems to work.
Many patients undergo physical therapy, rehabilitation or
surgery to alleviate their pain.
Patients seeking treatment for their pain are often told to look for a doctor
who specializes in one of several pain management disciplines; anesthesia,
neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, or psychiatry.
They are also told to look for Physicians with special training and board
certification by an approved authority like the American Board of Medial