Medicare will pay for new patients under NPPs if it is allowable in your state. They pay 85% of the physician fee schedule.
As far as insurances go, some don't even credential NPPs, so that will be carrier specific.
I imagine that the workers comp will be the same thing, in that it will vary state to state.
I know that doesn't seem very helpful, maybe if you list what state or states you deal with someone will have more specific info.
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