Newhook Milena Do Raul

This section displays information about known insurances accepted by Dr. Newhook. Please verify this information by calling Dr. Newhook directly.

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CareDash updates insurance information from a variety of sources including:

  • National resources such as Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

  • Office managers for the provider

  • Third-party partners that represent the provider to CareDash

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This section highlights the procedures that Dr. Newhook performs most frequently.

This feature uses Medicare data to determine how often a provider performs a procedure relative to other providers in their state also performing the same procedure.

Data in this section is calculated using Medicare Physician and Other Supplier Data, which provides records of Medicare utilization throughout the United States. It includes aggregate information about the procedures performed by different providers.

Using this data, we can detect when doctors perform certain procedures more frequently than similar providers. These procedures go into this section in order to help consumers make more informed choices. While this data can provide a wealth of knowledge, it comes with certain limitations.

The data is limited to Medicare beneficiaries, meaning that physicians that do not accept Medicare (<10% of all physicians) will be excluded. It may also be skewed towards procedures more common among Medicare beneficiaries than the general population.

A lack of detection does not necessarily mean a lack of expertise, just that it was not visible within this dataset. Always check with your doctor before making any decisions.

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This section shows the financial relationships between doctors and pharmaceutical and medical device companies.

The U.S. government collects extensive records about these relationships. Some examples include:

  • Consulting fees that companies pay to doctors to get their input about their products and research
  • Companies paying doctors to speak about their products at conferences
  • Companies taking doctors out to dinner to tell them about a new drug or medical device
  • Companies paying for travel, hotel rooms, and food at medical conferences

The U.S. government collects and publishes these records due to concerns about conflicts of interest. However, CareDash does not believe that these transfers of value necessarily mean a doctor is ethically compromised. Eating sponsored food at conferences and speaking on behalf of pharmaceutical companies are not the same thing. Further, we believe that there are doctors who have success with companies' products, get paid to speak about them, and are still foremost devoted to successful patient outcomes.

Therefore, in addition to showing the payments information, we provide some context, such as the median amount for doctors of that specialty, to help users assess potential conflicts of interest. We encourage users to discuss this information with their doctors.

Data in this section is calculated using Open Payments data, collected by Medicare as part of the Affordable Care Act. This data contains detailed records about payments and other transfers of value from pharmaceutical and medical device companies to doctors.

Although the Open Payments program is administered by Medicare, it covers almost all doctors in the United States, including those who do not accept Medicare insurance.

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This section shows the list of practices and hospitals that Dr. Newhook practices in. Note that the list may include past affiliations to help patients find their providers. If you are Dr. Newhook, you may remove your past affiliations by updating your profile.

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