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Moreover, the Network Troubleshooting Software Market Report includes data on research and development, New product launches, product feedback from global and regional markets by key players. This structured analysis provides a graphical representation and strategic breakdown of the Network Troubleshooting Software market by region.

Who are the key players in the Network Troubleshooting Software market?

List of TOP KEY PLAYERS in Network Troubleshooting Software Market Report are: -

● Pingman Tools
● Martello Technologies
● Obkio
● Tarlogic Security
● Splunk
● SolarWinds Network Management
● Integrated Research
● Spiceworks
● ThousandEyes
● Cisco
● InfoVista
● Domotz
● SolarWinds MSP
● Flowmon Networks
● Savvius
● SolarWinds
● NetBrain Technologies
● LiveAction
● Riverbed Technologies
● Sinefa
● ManageEngine

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This report aims to provide a comprehensive presentation of the global market for Network Troubleshooting Software, with both quantitative and qualitative analysis, to help readers develop business/growth strategies, assess the market competitive situation, analyze their position in the current marketplace, and make informed business decisions regarding Network Troubleshooting Software.

The Network Troubleshooting Software market size, estimations, and forecasts are provided in terms of and revenue (USD millions), considering 2023 as the base year, with history and forecast data for the period from 2017 to 2029. This report segments the global Network Troubleshooting Software market comprehensively. Regional market sizes, concerning products by types, by application, and by players, are also provided. The influence of COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine War were considered while estimating market sizes.

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For a more in-depth understanding of the market, the report provides profiles of the competitive landscape, key competitors, and their respective market ranks. The report also discusses technological trends and new product developments.

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Product Type Insights

Global markets are presented by Network Troubleshooting Software type, along with growth forecasts through 2029. Estimates on revenue are based on the price in the supply chain at which the Network Troubleshooting Software are procured by the companies.

This report has studied every segment and provided the market size using historical data. They have also talked about the growth opportunities that the segment may pose in the future. This study bestows revenue data by type, and during the historical period (2017-2023) and forecast period (2023-2029).

Segmentby Type - Network Troubleshooting Software Market

● Cloud-Based ● On-Premises

Application Insights

This report has provided the market size (revenue data) by application, during the historical period (2018-2023) and forecast period (2023-2029).

This report also outlines the market trends of each segment and consumer behaviors impacting the Network Troubleshooting Software market and what implications these may have on the industry's future. This report can help to understand the relevant market and consumer trends that are driving the Network Troubleshooting Software market.

Segment by Application - Network Troubleshooting Software Market

● Large Enterprises ● Medium-Sized Enterprise ● Small Enterprises

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Network Troubleshooting Software Market Shareby Company Type Report is designed to incorporate both qualify qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry with respect to each of the regions and countries involved in the study. This report also provides a balanced and detailed analysis of the on-going Network Troubleshooting Software trends, opportunities/high growth areas, Network Troubleshooting Software market drivers which would help the investors to device and align their market strategies according to the current and future market dynamics.

The Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Share report is provided for the international markets as well as development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. Development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures are also analyzed. This report additionally states import/export consumption, supply and demand Figures, cost, price, revenue, and gross margins.

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Regional Outlook

This section of the report provides key insights regarding various regions and the key players operating in each region. Economic, social, environmental, technological, and political factors have been taken into consideration while assessing the growth of the particular region/country. The readers will also get their hands on the revenue and sales data of each region and country for the period 2017-2029.

The market has been segmented into various major geographies, including North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. Detailed analysis of major countries such as the USA, Germany, the U.K., Italy, France, China, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, and India will be covered within the regional segment. For market estimates, data are going to be provided for 2023 because of the base year, with estimates for 2023 and forecast revenue for 2029.

This Report lets you identify the opportunities in Network Troubleshooting Software Market by means of a region:

● North America ● Europe ● Asia-Pacific ● South America ● The Middle East and Africa

COVID-19 and Russia-Ukraine War Influence Analysis

The readers in the section will understand how the Network Troubleshooting Software market scenario changed across the globe during the pandemic, post-pandemic and Russia-Ukraine War. The study is done keeping in view the changes in aspects such as demand, consumption, transportation, consumer behavior, supply chain management, export and import, and production. The industry experts have also highlighted the key factors that will help create opportunities for players and stabilize the overall industry in the years to come.

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● What is the growth potential of the Network Troubleshooting Software market? ● Which product segment will take the lion’s share? ● Which regional market will emerge as a pioneer in the years to come? ● Which application segment will experience strong growth? ● What growth opportunities might arise in the Network Troubleshooting Software industry in the years to come? ● What are the most significant challenges that the Network Troubleshooting Software market could face in the future? ● Who are the leading companies on the Network Troubleshooting Software market? ● What are the main trends that are positively impacting the growth of the market? ● What growth strategies are the players considering to stay in the Network Troubleshooting Software market?

Detailed Table of Content of Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Research Report 2023

1 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Network Troubleshooting Software
1.2 Network Troubleshooting Software Segment by Type
1.3 Network Troubleshooting Software Segment by Application
1.4 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Size Estimates and Forecasts

2 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Competition by Manufacturers
2.1 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Share by Manufacturers (2017-2023)
2.2 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Revenue Market Share by Manufacturers (2017-2023)
2.3 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Average Price by Manufacturers (2017-2023)
2.4 Manufacturers Network Troubleshooting Software Manufacturing Sites, Area Served, Product Type
2.5 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Competitive Situation and Trends
2.6 Manufacturers Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

3 Network Troubleshooting Software Retrospective Market Scenario by Region
3.1 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2017-2023
3.2 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2017-2023
3.3 North America Network Troubleshooting Software Market Facts and Figures by Country
3.4 Europe Network Troubleshooting Software Market Facts and Figures by Country
3.5 Asia Pacific Network Troubleshooting Software Market Facts and Figures by Region

4 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Historic Market Analysis by Type
4.1 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Share by Type (2017-2023)
4.2 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Revenue Market Share by Type (2017-2023)
4.3 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Price by Type (2017-2023)

5 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Historic Market Analysis by Application
5.1 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Market Share by Application (2017-2023)
5.2 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Revenue Market Share by Application (2017-2023)
5.3 Global Network Troubleshooting Software Price by Application (2017-2023)

6 Key Companies Profiled

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7 Network Troubleshooting Software Manufacturing Cost Analysis
7.1 Network Troubleshooting Software Key Raw Materials Analysis
7.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure
7.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Network Troubleshooting Software
7.4 Network Troubleshooting Software Industrial Chain Analysis

8 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
8.1 Marketing Channel
8.2 Network Troubleshooting Software Distributors List
8.3 Network Troubleshooting Software Customers

9 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Dynamics
9.1 Network Troubleshooting Software Industry Trends
9.2 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Drivers
9.3 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Challenges
9.4 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Restraints

10 Global Market Forecast
10.1 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Estimates and Projections by Type
10.2 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Estimates and Projections by Application
10.3 Network Troubleshooting Software Market Estimates and Projections by Region

11 Research Finding and Conclusion

12 Methodology and Data Source
12.1 Methodology/Research Approach
12.2 Data Source
12.3 Author List
12.4 Disclaimer

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The New Report for Global Network Troubleshooting Tools Market Research Report 2023-2028. It Provides [Report Pages-105] Types [Desktop-Windows, Desktop-MAC OS, Mobile-IOS, Mobile-Abdroid], Application [Service Providers, End Users], Region and Forecast Period.

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● Colasoft
● PingPlotter
● ThousandEyes
● LiveAction
● Splunk
● Cisco
● Netmon Inc
● SolarWinds
● Flowmon Networks
● Google
● ManageEngine

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Global Network Troubleshooting Tools Market Segmentation Analysis

Global Network Troubleshooting Tools Market forecast report provides a holistic evaluation of the market. The report offers a comprehensive analysis of key segments, trends, drivers, restraints, competitive landscape, and factors that are playing a substantial role in the market.

Based on Product Type, this report shows the creation, income, cost, piece of the pie, and development pace of each kind, principally split into:

● Desktop-Windows ● Desktop-MAC OS ● Mobile-IOS ● Mobile-Abdroid

Based on Component, Network Troubleshooting Tools is a business solution that provides an in-depth analysis of crowd movement at large gathering locations such as airports and train stations, city malls, retail stores, convention centers, stadiums, and other venues. Data from a variety of sources, including closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV), commercial off-the-shelf cameras, and first- and third-party consumer data, is processed using powerful artificial intelligence approaches to present prediction crowd flow models and customer preference patterns.

On the Basis of the End-User/Applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications production, revenue, price, market share, and growth rate:

● Service Providers ● End Users

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Geographic Segment Covered in the Report:

The Network Troubleshooting Tools report provides information about the market area, which is further subdivided into sub-regions and countries/regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate of each region, country and sub-region during the estimated period.

North America(USA and Canada) ● Europe(UK, Germany, France and the rest of Europe) ● Asia Pacific(China, Japan, India, and the rest of the Asia Pacific region) ● Latin America(Brazil, Mexico, and the rest of Latin America) ● Middle East and Africa(GCC and rest of the Middle East and Africa)

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● Network Troubleshooting Tools Market Estimates and Forecasts (2017-2029) ● Production Capacity Analysis of Prominent Manufacturers ● Network Troubleshooting Tools Market Size in 2023 ● Key Drivers and Restraints Shaping Market Growth ● Segment-wise, Country-wise, and Region-wise Analysis ● Competition Mapping and Benchmarking ● Network Troubleshooting Tools Industry Growth to 2029 ● Leading Export - Import Destinations ● Analysis of Supply Contracts, Avg. Consumption, Potential for Direct and Indirect Sales ● Analysis of Top Vendors in the Network Troubleshooting Tools Market ● COVID-19 Impact on Network Troubleshooting Tools Demand and How to Navigate ● Recommendation on Key Winning Strategies

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Detailed TOC of Global Network Troubleshooting Tools Market Research Report 2022 - Impact of COVID-19 on the Market

1Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketOverview
1.1ProductOverviewandScopeofNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsMarket
1.2Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketSegmentbyType
1.5GlobalMarketSize(Revenue)ofNetwork Troubleshooting Tools(2017-2029)
1.6InfluenceofRegionalConflictsontheNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsIndustry
1.7ImpactofCarbonNeutralityontheNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsIndustry

2Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketUpstreamandDownstreamAnalysis
2.1Network Troubleshooting ToolsIndustrialChainAnalysis


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4GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsMarketLandscapebyPlayer
4.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandSharebyPlayer(2017-2022)
4.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsRevenueandMarketSharebyPlayer(2017-2022)
4.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsAveragePricebyPlayer(2017-2022)
4.4GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsGrossMarginbyPlayer(2017-2022)
4.5Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketCompetitiveSituationandTrends

5GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,Revenue,PriceTrendbyType
5.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandMarketSharebyType(2017-2022)
5.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsRevenueandMarketSharebyType(2017-2022)
5.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsPricebyType(2017-2022)
5.4GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueandGrowthRatebyType(2017-2022)
5.4.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueandGrowthRateofWallMounted(2017-2022)
5.4.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueandGrowthRateofFloorMounted(2017-2022)

6GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsMarketAnalysisbyApplication
6.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsConsumptionandMarketSharebyApplication(2017-2022)
6.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsConsumptionRevenueandMarketSharebyApplication(2017-2022)
6.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsConsumptionandGrowthRatebyApplication(2017-2022)

7GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandRevenueRegionWise(2017-2022)
7.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandMarketShare,RegionWise(2017-2022)
7.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsRevenueandMarketShare,RegionWise(2017-2022)
7.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,Revenue,PriceandGrossMargin(2017-2022)
7.4UnitedStatesNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,Revenue,PriceandGrossMargin(2017-2022)
7.5EuropeNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,Revenue,PriceandGrossMargin(2017-2022)

8GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsMarketForecast(2022-2029)
8.1GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueForecast(2022-2029)
8.2GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSalesandRevenueForecast,RegionWise(2022-2029)
8.3GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsSales,RevenueandPriceForecastbyType(2022-2029)
8.4GlobalNetwork Troubleshooting ToolsConsumptionForecastbyApplication(2022-2029)
8.5Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketForecastUnderCOVID-19

9.1Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketDriversAnalysis
9.2Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketRestraintsandChallenges
9.3Network Troubleshooting ToolsMarketOpportunitiesAnalysis
9.5Network Troubleshooting ToolsIndustryTechnologyStatusandTrends



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Rakuten Symphony, announced general availability of its Symworld™ RAN Commander solution for automated 5G mobile network planning and optimization. 

RAN Commander has proven to boost Radio Access Network (RAN) productivity planning by 4x[1] to overcome limitations of conventional planning and optimization methods.

The ever-increasing number of connected devices demands real-time, data-driven planning to ensure high performance and accuracy of premium coverage. In the 5G era, operators recognize an urgent need to scale processes through automation, Excellerate and speed decision-making with a far richer set of network and subscriber data, and minimize timelines and budgets for expensive, complex integration projects.

Symworld™ RAN Commander is a one-stop solution for all aspects of network planning and optimization, consolidating legacy PC-based tools, licenses, and data into one managed cloud native platform operation. This eliminates all problems with license management, single user tool installation and scattered confidential data. All calculations and simulations are performed in the cloud, eliminating local processing delays, while offering a customizable approach to network expansion, 5G profitability and business transformation.

Symworld™ RAN Commander empowers telecom operators with complete visibility and awareness of the live network, subscriber intelligence and traffic distribution, enabling targeted investments and actions for maximum returns at every phase of an operator’s network rollout journey. Rakuten Symphony’s vendor-agnostic solution uses real-time network data, which drives the planning process and facilitates optimization algorithms for accurate and reliable network planning, allowing operators to make effective and informed business decisions.

The Symworld™ RAN Commander suite comprises:

 - RAN Designer to dynamically plan a large-scale greenfield network or optimize expansion and configuration of existing networks for maximum performance via a user-friendly interface.

 - RAN Optimizer for network monitoring and optimization via a powerful geospatial interface with single-click visualization of network health, fault, configuration and performance, aggregated from highest to lowest granularity of geography and node. It also offers optimization capabilities with algorithms to identify and mitigate network coverage, capacity and interference issues.

Rakuten Symphony recently briefed customers on the Symworld™ RAN Commander, providing an overview of key features, capabilities and deployment considerations. A replay of the interactive webinar, which includes a product demonstration and Q&A, is available here.

Like all Rakuten Symphony Intelligent Operations solutions, the Symworld™ RAN Commander suite leverages the scalable, cloud native Symworld™ Platform to streamline the complex mesh of support systems and custom integrations that all operators have accumulated. This helps telecom operators scale faster as cloud sets the pace for speed, innovation and network expectations. Symworld™ Platform allows for seamless integration between products within the RAN Commander suite and other Symworld™ applications to leverage the power of data for improved planning and optimization.

Narendra Narayana, President, Intelligent Operations Business Unit, Rakuten Symphony
Network planning and optimization has always been fragmented, with different teams responsible for different parts of the process. Symworld™ RAN Commander offers an integrated approach to RF planning and optimization on a single platform, enabling planning and optimization teams to collaborate closely with advanced tools and technologies as they design, deploy and optimize networks in a more coordinated and efficient manner.

Sun, 05 Feb 2023 12:57:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : How a mom fought Washington’s special education system — and won No result found, try new keyword!The state’s failure to monitor private special education schools forces parents to take extraordinary and often expensive measures to get their kids into the best programs — or keep them out of the ... Sat, 18 Feb 2023 23:00:00 -0600 text/html Killexams : Plan behind smart, secure headgear for Sikh warriors

The Indian Army’s latest request-for-proposal (RFP) seeking emergency procurement of 12,730 ballistic helmets in two sizes — 8, 911 in large and 3,819 in extra-large size — has become mired in an avoidable controversy.

Veer customised headgear, designed by MKU, will include a central bulge to accommodate “jura” (hair bun) with the head wrapped in the form of a dastar (turban)-like patka or parna/kesaki. These wrappings, worn by the UN forces, are referred to as a semi-turban. Sikh troops have been donning functional head covering during PT, sports and maintenance parades.
This is the first time that customised headgear, which seeks to combine protective and smart, battle function attributes, is being procured.

Sikh troops deployed in counter-insurgency (CI) areas and on the Line of Control (LoC) have been using bulletproof patka (BPP). The improvised, unpopular contraption has its share of problems with weight and rigid configuration due to dated technology. The current generation of headgear based on Kevlar and ceramic materials seeks to redress these problems and provide value-added attributes.

The procurement has been criticised by Sikh religious bodies, who have called the helmet a ‘loh top’ (iron hat). They have termed it as interfering with Sikh rehat maryada (tenets and traditions) and expressed apprehension at the replacement of pugri (turban) with a helmet. They also assert that the turban is not merely a 5-7m piece of cloth, but a “crown” gifted by Gurus.

The issue needs to be logically analysed.

The first requirement is to look at the historical perspective. There are illustrations that show Sikh warriors of Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s forces wearing metallic helmets with chain mail for providingprotection. Few pieces are displayed in British museums and were reportedly used in Anglo-Sikh wars.

The evidence is backed up by engravings on the Sutlej Medal awarded in colonial times. This fits into Maharaja Ranjit Singh being far ahead of his time and readily adapting various technologies. The defining trend of pragmatic improvisation, or jugaad, and resilience continue to define Sikh soldiers.

Sikh soldiers used steel rings, called chakris, over turbans to ward off attacks by swords and spears. These are still displayed on ceremonial turbans by Sikh regiments. Nihang dastar-bunga turbans, in pyramidal, tier shape, include multiple rings and steel contraptions. It is a fact that Sikh regiments refused the offer of wearing helmets in the two world wars and even fought post-Independence wars in turbans. Precision and lethality of weapons have, however, altered the basic paradigm of survivability.

Sniper rifles with singleshot kill capability are emerging realities. The most vulnerable target is the head of a soldier. A study of ballistic injuries with disabilities is required to objectively analyse the issue.

Soldiers in contemporary armed forces in the US, Canada and Australia wear combat helmets. Sikh soldiers in our forces, who have been serving as part of the crew of tanks and armoured fighting vehicles, have been using padded headgear with builtin headphones. Pilots, paratroopers, divers and submarine crews have also been donning specialised headgear. Sikh sportsmen in cricket, hockey and boxing have opted for functional head wraps like patka, with protective helmets, to optimise their performance. How can we forget Milkha Singh, the Flying Sikh, with just a rumal (kerchief) covering his hair bun?

Sikhs have five basic mandated tenants, referred to as kakkars — kesh, kada, kanga, kaccha and kirpan. All five have become modified and compromised to a considerable extent.

Dastar, or turban, is an adjunct to maintain kesh, but the original version of rounded dastar and dumalas have gone through multiple variations, with only a few persisting with the near-original form.

The four dominant types of turbans currently are vattan wali, Amritsari shahi, Barnala shahi and taksali dumala. The present turban of our Sikh soldiers is an inverted, V-shaped variant with symmetrical seven folds. Intransition, starched turbans have given way to unstarched ones. In civilian society, they have been affected by fashion trends and have been used as regional and even caste/identity markers.

Religious bodies are seeking to discard functional dastars like kesaki, patka and parnas. They project it in zero-sum format, whereas both forms can co-exist. Sikh soldiers can continue to wear turbans for ceremonial occasions and switch to much preferred functional head wrap for operations, sports and maintenance. These can be combined with the new proposed headgear.

Socio-religious bodies need to focus on critical societal issues like drug menace, deras and a large number of Sikh youth, especially role models, opting to cut their hair.

In network-centric warfare, soldiers would be like plugged entities in battlefield surveillance and management system. Each link would have to be given the requisite processed and synthesized awareness as also protection, as the chain snaps at the weakest link. It would be axiomatic to equip Sikh soldiers with multi-functional gear, which is light, protective and comfortable, and provides hands-free operations. To deny it to the mainstay of our forces (Sikhs make up 8%) is both retrograde and illogical. Bravado and tradition alone cannot compensate for combat realities.

Most importantly, socioreligious bodies should allow forces to devise their own norms as these are generally evolved after due consultation and feedback. However, the proposed customised gear could be renamed as kesaki-veer headgear. The government, on its part, needs to put at rest apprehensions, especially with regard to proliferation in the civilian domain.

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Sat, 11 Feb 2023 14:25:00 -0600 Lt General K J Singh en-US text/html
Killexams : A Baby Spent 36 Days in an In-Network NICU. Why Did the Hospital Next Door Send a Bill?

[UPDATED at 3:45 p.m. ET]

Brenna Kearney was seven months pregnant in December 2019 when she experienced what she thought were bad flu symptoms.

Her husband, Casey Trumble, drove her from their Chicago home to her OB-GYN’s office at Northwestern Medicine Prentice Women’s Hospital downtown. With suddenly elevated blood pressure and protein in her urine, she was diagnosed with preeclampsia, a potentially fatal but treatable pregnancy complication. Doctors admitted her to the hospital, saying she could expect to stay up to six weeks and have an induced delivery.

Then Kearney developed a bad headache and her blood platelet count plummeted, signs she was experiencing a rare, dangerous type of preeclampsia and requiring an immediate delivery by cesarean section.

Kearney’s daughter, Joey, born at 31 weeks, was placed on a ventilator and moved to the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit. Small but healthy, she slowly began breathing on her own and eating normally. She was discharged in late January 2020, after 36 days in the NICU.

Then the bill came.

The Patient: Josephine “Joey” Trumble, now 3, was covered by her mother’s health plan through her employer, an advertising agency. For 2019, it was an Aetna plan, and for 2020, it was a plan from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois. Both policies were fully insured plans governed by Illinois laws.

Medical Service: Neonatology physician services provided in January 2020. Joey needed tube feeding and ventilator care to provide oxygen.

Service Provider: Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, whose staff physicians treated Joey at Northwestern Medicine Prentice Women’s Hospital. Ownership-wise, Lurie is independent of Northwestern Medicine, but it is physically connected to Prentice Women’s by an enclosed walkway. Lurie has a collaboration agreement with Northwestern Medicine to provide neonatology and pediatric physician services to Prentice Women’s patients.

Total Bill: Aetna paid for nearly all of Joey and her mother’s hospital and physician charges in December, while Blue Cross picked up nearly all of Joey’s hospital charges in January. Physician charges from Lurie in January totaled $14,624.55, of which the family was asked to pay $12,531.58 after payments from Blue Cross.

What Gives: It took Kearney months of calls to Blue Cross and the two hospitals to find out why Lurie billed more than $14,000 for physician services: The physicians treating her daughter at Prentice Women’s — an in-network hospital under her health plan — actually worked for a separate, out-of-network hospital.

Illinois law bars insurers from charging patients out-of-network rates for neonatal care at in-network hospitals.

A photo shows Brenna Kearney posing for a portrait in her home.
When Brenna Kearney was pregnant in 2019, she developed a rare type of preeclampsia and underwent an emergency cesarean section. Her daughter, Joey, spent more than a month in the NICU, and the family was billed about $12,500 for Joey’s care because, unbeknownst to Kearney and her husband, the doctors at the in-network hospital were actually out of network.(Taylor Glascock for KHN)

Kearney said no one had told her or her husband that Lurie doctors were treating their daughter. She said the family never signed an agreement consenting to receive care from out-of-network doctors.

Though it did not happen here, many patients unknowingly sign broad financial agreements — saying they’ll pay for almost anything their insurance doesn’t cover — in the piles of paperwork they receive upon admission to a hospital. In many cases, they are simply asked to sign on a screen, without seeing the document.

Blue Cross agreed to pay Lurie the in-network rate for the doctors’ services, reducing the bill to about $12,500 — which Lurie expected the family to pay.

In November 2020, Kearney started receiving letters from ICS Collection Service, a collection agency.

“Talking to Blue Cross was impossible, and Lurie said it’s not their problem and just wanted to put us on a payment plan,” Kearney said.

Joey’s 36-day stay in the NICU happened before the federal government implemented the No Surprises Act barring surprise out-of-network billing. A state law prohibiting it, though, was in effect.

Since 2011, Illinois law has prohibited insurers from charging out-of-network rates for neonatologists, anesthesiologists, and certain other physicians when patients are treated at in-network hospitals.

Kearney said she repeatedly mentioned the law to Lurie and Blue Cross representatives, who denied knowledge of the provision.

“It definitely appears that under the 2011 law, Brenna can only be billed for in-network cost sharing,” said Kathy Mikos, a registered nurse and patient advocate with the Navocate Group in Woodridge, Illinois, who is not involved with Kearney’s case.

In December 2020, an insurance broker working for Kearney’s employer persuaded Blue Cross to pay the full out-of-network charges for the Lurie doctors, leaving the family owing $289.63 for coinsurance, which they promptly paid.

Having spent nearly the first year of her daughter’s life fighting medical bills from her birth, Kearney thought the ordeal was over.

Then, last month, she got a call from the collection agency, which again demanded payment at the full out-of-network rate for Lurie physician services provided to her daughter three years ago — the bill she believed Blue Cross had paid.

It took five hours on the phone for Kearney to piece together what had happened. Blue Cross had indeed paid the out-of-network charges in December 2020 — but, two days later, had taken back the money, ultimately paying Lurie’s doctors only the in-network rate.

A Lurie representative said Kearney and her husband still owed thousands of dollars. A Blue Cross representative suggested she set up a payment plan.

“I was at wits’ end, and I didn’t know how to fight this anymore,” Kearney said.

Lurie, Blue Cross, and Northwestern Medicine repeatedly declined to comment on the case. Lurie cited patient privacy, despite receiving a release from Kearney regarding the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, which authorized the hospital to discuss Joey’s case with KHN.

A photo shows Brenna Kearney and daughter Joey sitting on a couch together. Joey is playing with colorful block toys.
Brenna Kearney plays with her daughter, Joey, at home in Chicago.(Taylor Glascock for KHN)

The Resolution: After KHN contacted Lurie and Blue Cross, a Lurie representative called Kearney offering to accept payment at the in-network rates after all.

Kearney said Tracy A. Spicer, manager of consolidated services at Lurie, told her Lurie has a “long-standing policy” of accepting in-network rates for Lurie physician services provided at Prentice Women’s. Spicer subsequently described it as a “long-standing courtesy,” then explained that acceptance of in-network rates was subject to “case-by-case consideration,” Kearney said.

Spicer said the family owed about $3,000 for their coinsurance share and offered to set up a payment plan.

A day later — following additional requests by KHN for comment — Spicer called Kearney and said she would remove all physician charges for her daughter’s care. Spicer did not return KHN’s call seeking comment.

“I’m certain I’m not the only person still dealing with this” kind of predicament, Kearney said.

Kearney has filed complaints with the Illinois Department of Insurance and the Illinois Attorney General’s Office. The attorney general’s office told KHN it had never enforced the 2011 law barring certain out-of-network billing.

Presented with the facts of Kearney’s case, state Sen. Ann Gillespie, who sponsored a 2022 state law expanding consumer protections against out-of-network bills, told KHN she plans to contact Lurie, Blue Cross, and Northwestern Medicine to ask about their billing arrangement and whether they are in compliance with state law.

“We’ll see if it was a pattern and whether they need to look back and see if refunds are warranted,” Gillespie said.

The attorney general’s office told KHN it will investigate Kearney’s complaint, including whether Lurie violated the state Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act by telling her it was extending a “courtesy” by charging her only in-network rates, when that is what the 2011 law required. The insurance department also said it would investigate the complaint.

The Takeaway: Even resourceful consumers who appear to have the law on their side, like Kearney, may find themselves in a losing, time-consuming battle with medical billing bureaucracies and facing collection actions.

Gillespie, the state senator, said Lurie, Northwestern Medicine, and Blue Cross should have known about the state law. She said patients who believe they have been improperly charged should file complaints with their state’s insurance department, which can trigger a broader investigation.

The federal No Surprises Act, which took effect last year, prohibits medical providers or insurers from billing patients for out-of-network physician charges at an in-network hospital, unless the patient formally consents to an out-of-network doctor. To be safe, patients should ask treating doctors whether they are in or out of network, even at an in-network hospital.

While the federal law offers patients new protections from out-of-network bills, many Americans still face problems from before the law took effect, said Loren Adler, associate director at the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy. Illinois is one of relatively few states that had prior laws to protect consumers.

Also, some out-of-network physicians continue to bill patients, despite the new federal protections. So know your rights. Cite the new law. And don’t write the check.

[Clarification: This article was updated at 3:45 p.m. ET on Jan. 30, 2023, to clarify the responses received from Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois, and Northwestern Medicine.]

Sun, 29 Jan 2023 19:00:00 -0600 en-US text/html
Killexams : Five takeaways from Orioles CEO John Angelos’ meeting with media: Lease timeline, payroll plans and more

For the first time in more than four years, Orioles CEO and Chairman John Angelos met in person with a group of Baltimore media and openly discussed the operations of the team he oversees.

Between the November 2018 introduction of executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias and Sunday, Angelos had taken questions from a collection of local reporters just three times. At a January news conference to discuss a charitable donation from the organization, he declined to answer a question about his family’s future owning the team, using Martin Luther King Jr. Day as his reason.

Standing beside the bullpen on the Ed Smith Stadium backfields on Sunday, Angelos fielded and answered questions for more than 37 minutes, covering the Orioles’ expiring lease, a major league payroll that’s the second lowest in the majors and more.

Here are five takeaways from Angelos’ session with reporters.

New lease could be ‘All-Star break gift’

Earlier this month, the Orioles declined to exercise an option in their lease with the Maryland Stadium Authority that would extend the agreement by five years, leaving it to expire Dec. 31. As he has been in latest years, Angelos was adamant the team will remain in Baltimore, expressing hopes a new long-term lease will be in place by July.

“I’d love to have that as an All-Star break gift for everybody, really, in the community,” Angelos said.

Potentially affecting negotiations is Maryland Gov. Wes Moore’s replacement of Tom Kelso as the chairman of the MSA with Craig Thompson, his campaign chair and a former employee of the law office founded by Angelos’ father, Orioles principal owner Peter Angeles. Angelos said he and Thompson have spoken once thus far and that they are “looking forward to working together.” Kelso, who was appointed by former Gov. Larry Hogan, had served in the role for the past eight years.

“I didn’t think it would be right to rush something through in the final days of the Hogan administration,” Angelos said.

With a long-term lease, the Orioles would gain access to $600 million in public funds to upgrade their 31-year-old ballpark. Angelos said much of that will be devoted to needed repairs and replacements of the stadium’s infrastructure, with amenities such as “improved seating areas” and upgrades to Oriole Park’s scoreboard and audiovisual system. It could also factor into Angelos’ hopes to upgrade the Camden Yards facility for what he repeatedly referred to Sunday as “live, work, play, 365,” the idea of giving people a reason to go to the downtown area throughout the year and not only for Orioles or Ravens games.

“The real facility use agreement, renewing a 30-year-old document, that’s really a minor sidebar,” Angelos said. “… We can really make a statement for why Baltimore is back and why it’s going to be a big part of the future of the country and thought of in a ‘can do’ way instead of in some of the ways it’s been thought of in the past.”

Orioles ‘lucky’ pandemic hit during rebuild, aiming to be ‘next Tampa’

Like Elias and manager Brandon Hyde, Angelos acknowledged the Orioles’ rebuild is over, with Baltimore pursuing a playoff spot in 2023. He also said the team was relatively “lucky” it was in that mode when the coronavirus pandemic started in 2020 and prevented fans from attending games.

“We were fortunate that as the world hit a pandemic, we were stripped down to that [level],” Angelos said. “That was just good luck, really, in that sense, to not have a lot of payroll out there. Teams that had a lot of payroll and that were relying on live attendance to pay for that were in a much worse situation. We were much better situated. Just lucky, really.”

The Orioles are projected to have the second-lowest payroll in the majors this season at nearly $65 million, according to Cot’s Baseball Contracts. Angelos noted that throughout the rebuild, the club has made investments elsewhere, notably scouting, development and technology.

But after the team unexpectedly broke out of that rebuild with an 83-79 record in 2022, there were expectations the Orioles would be far more aggressive in seeking major league upgrades. Their payroll is more than $20 million above last season’s opening figure but more than $100 million below three of the other four teams in their division.

The fourth, the Tampa Bay Rays, is one of three teams Angelos has repeatedly pointed to as models for Baltimore, saying Sunday that Tampa Bay, the Cleveland Guardians and Milwaukee Brewers are models in “sustainability” for the Orioles. Asked what it says about his aspirations for the franchise that none of those teams have won a World Series since 1948 and have consistently ranked in the bottom half of the league in payroll, Angelos responded, “Well, we’re aiming for sustained success, and I think what you see in a place like Tampa, they have had sustained success. … I would be disappointed if we’re not the next Tampa, which means being sustainably competitive and relevant.”

He said the Orioles’ payroll will not match those of the New York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, saying, “That’s not an Oriole thing. That’s a small, middle market team [thing].” Baltimore is the No. 28 media market in the country. The San Diego Padres, who play in the 27th largest market, have a payroll approaching $250 million that ranks third in the league. He also claimed that setting the team’s payroll is not his responsibility.

“Could payroll be double or triple what it is?” Angelos said. “Or could it be over 100 million? Yeah. We’re not there yet. We have a very young team that’s overachieved and overperformed because of the great work of our baseball folks.

“It’s not my job to predict payroll. My job is to make sure that the community partnerships are sustained, and I think all of that comes after that.”

‘You don’t need litigation to solve problems’

With one of Angelos’ legal battles recently resolved, another is getting ready for its next step.

Earlier this month, the lawsuits pitting Angelos and his mother, Georgia, against his brother, Louis, over Peter Angelos’ estate were settled, ending eight months of escalating claims.

“Those things are distractions, and it’s unfortunate whenever they arise, but all good things going forward now,” Angelos said.

Next month, the New York Court of Appeals will hear arguments in the ongoing legal dispute between the Orioles and Washington Nationals regarding the Nationals’ claim to about $100 million in rights fees from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, which broadcasts both teams’ games and of which Angelos is also the CEO. The situation, which Angelos called “eminently solvable,” stems from an agreement put in place when Major League Baseball moved the Nationals, then the Montreal Expos, to Washington in 2005.

“I think it’s resolvable today, tomorrow — I’m oversimplifying — separate and apart from that appellate track,” Angelos said. “That’s litigation. My goal, as you might be totally surprised to hear, is to never be around any litigation again. You don’t need litigation to solve problems. You just need good partners.”

Angelos also addressed what he called the “business decision” to have MASN show only four spring training games each for the Orioles and Nationals. That’s believed to be the lowest number of spring television broadcasts for any club.

Noting the network shows more than 300 regular-season games and 600 pregame and postgame shows between the two baseball teams, Angelos said, “Should that come at the expense of spring training? I don’t know. I think it’s certainly a valid question and criticism.”

Elias, Hyde ‘under contract long term’

Like Elias, Angelos declined to get into specifics about his GM’s and manager’s contract status but stated he and they will be with the Orioles “for the long haul.”

“We are all fully vested,” Angelos said. “We’re not going anywhere. And nobody’s a short-timer. Nobody is expiring in a year or two years or anything like that.

“We’re all here under contract long term.”

Although one suit Georgia Angelos filed claimed Peter Angelos wanted her to sell the team upon his death, John Angelos said Sunday, “There is absolutely no plan to change the partnership group or to change the managing partnership structure that we have.” Angelos, who said last month his family owns 70% of the Orioles, said he would be open to making additions to the ownership group.

“It’s been a tremendous amount of continuity,” he said. “But you want to have a next generation of people coming in, too, and you want them to be excited, and it’d be nice if we could attract strategic people who care about Baltimore, care about we’re doing this now, who care about the example Camden Yards set, and want to be part of it. That’s not necessary or requisite, but we’re open to it, but there is no plan to change or to transition out of what we have today.”

Financials meeting to take place during spring training

During his five-minute lecture at last month’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day news conference, Angelos said he would welcome reporters back to Camden Yards the “next week” and “show you the financials … [and] governance of the Orioles.” It’s been more than a month since he made that offer, and asked Sunday whether he expected that meeting to take place, Angelos said he would follow through before spring training ends in late March.

“I’m not gonna be able to pull out the payrolls and show you everything financially,” Angelos said. “But I will supply you a full picture for the business. I can supply you certainly a picture for what our objectives are on the field.

“When I say something, like I’m gonna sit down with you guys explain the business from my perspective, I’m gonna do it. I’m not gonna say it and walk away from it.”


Sun, 19 Feb 2023 06:46:00 -0600 Tribune News Service en-US text/html
Killexams : Healthcare In Rural America Isn’t A Little Broken, It’s A Lot Broken: A Conversation With Dr. Jennifer Schneider, Founder And CEO, Homeward Health

Women make more than 80% of healthcare decisions in this country on behalf of not only themselves but also the men and children in their families. I believe that the lived experience positions many women especially well to drive innovation in healthcare.

A great lesson I have learned working as both a surgeon and an entrepreneur is that medical expertise alone is not enough to connect patients with best care in the most effective ways possible. Technology matters at least as much, and the application of that technology in context is critical.

One of the reasons that I love writing this column is that I get to interview l individuals with stories like mine who have achieved amazing things. Dr. Jennifer Schneider is the co-founder and chief executive officer of Homeward, a company focused on rearchitecting the delivery of health and care in partnership with communities everywhere, starting in rural America. She previously served as the Chief Medical Officer of Castlight, the President of Livongo, and is a trained internist.

Dr. Schneider is a great role model for men and women looking to recombine their skill sets, prioritize the right thing at the right time, and develop the foresight to seize opportunities. Dr. Schneider zoomed in with me one morning from her beautiful cabin-esque home from Napa Valley. Her relatable insights about motherhood, healthcare and entrepreneurship resonate with me, and I am thrilled to share them here.

What inspired you to go into the field of healthcare?

I come from a family in the midwest where my dad runs the local auto parts store. It is the lifeblood for my family, who is still very involved in the local community of my hometown of Winona, Minnesota.

I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when I was 12, and that ignited my interest in healthcare. The ability to manage my condition was very empowering. From that day on, I told people I wanted to be an endocrinologist, and most people didn’t know what that was.

After entering the field of medicine, what made you pivot into the business of healthcare?

After completing my medical degree at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and my master's in Health Services Research at Stanford University, I worked as an internist. I later became the chief medical officer of Castlight Health and eventually became the chief medical officer and president of Livongo, leading the company through a successful Initial Public Offering and the industry's largest merger with Teladoc Health.

I stopped clinical practice when we decided to take Castlight public. I had just had my third baby and realized it was challenging to be breastfeeding one child, birthing another, taking Castlight public, and moonlighting as a hospitalist. I am most happy when I am busy.

I strongly believe that the combination of both sets of training, as both a medical doctor and a business leader, have been very important to my career development. One of my favorite stories is that one day, we had a very bad meeting at Castlight and everyone was super upset. Later that evening, I went into my shift into the hospital and I literally coded someone seconds after parking my car at the hospital. And I thought: the care I deliver actually matters in the context of this person’s life. It really does put things into perspective.

I like hard problems, and I like solving them. When we launched Castlight, the question was, how do we make a free market in healthcare? There are people spending $200 on a hairdresser, but having difficulty paying a $20 co-pay for their doctor’s appointment. Building on that concept, Livongo was all about: how do we make it easier for people with chronic conditions to manage their health. We combined data science with a deep empathy for people living with chronic conditions to Excellerate that experience.

Homeward Health is a very different business from Castlight and Livongo, but I’ve built upon many learnings from my previous businesses to thoughtfully use technology to scale access to clinical services. At Homeward, we are focused on expanding access to healthcare in a system that is tragically broken for people who live in rural communities. It’s not a little broken, it’s a lot broken. In fact, there is a 23% higher rate of mortality if the last 3 digits of your zipcode are designated as rural.

Since launching Homeward, I have heard people say, great, you are going into a niche area. And I respond: 60 million people live in rural communities. Homeward’s total addressable market is actually twice the size of Livongo. This is a very big problem.

What is Homeward, and what made you decide to tackle rural healthcare as your latest venture?

Homeward is a company focused on rearchitecting the delivery of health and care in partnership with communities everywhere, starting in rural America. We enter the market as an in-network provider and partner with health plans to care for Medicare eligible beneficiaries. We are a value-based care provider, meaning we take full-risk on the total cost of care for our members. We believe this approach effectively aligns incentives for all parties involved by incentivising health outcomes rather than being paid for the total number of visits.

By taking full-risk on the total care, we can also more flexibly deploy technology-enabled services in rural markets, which are often not reimbursed in a fee-for-service model. Finally, care models and technology are implemented in a way that ensures practitioners operate at the top of their licensure, meaning they can do what they were ultimately trained for.

How does Homeward fit into the current healthcare market and what sets it apart from other companies?

We differentiate ourselves by, first, being an in-network provider, and, second, building a technology platform that helps scale access to providers. Our technology is able to connect to our members via cellular technology rather than relying on the Wifi or broadband access, which is often inaccessible in the communities we serve. This has been hugely helpful in connecting with individuals in rural areas where internet access may be limited. Furthermore, in rural markets, building trust with our members is key, and that is why we often begin our care journey with an in-home visit. Our providers will physically enter their phone number into the person’s phone, which helps to establish a connection and build trust. Many people in rural markets have family members who have moved to urban areas for work, so the support of younger generations may not always be physically present.

How has Homeward been received by health plans?

It is widely acknowledged that healthcare in rural markets is subpar in terms of outcomes, cost, and experience. Homeward had success in partnering with health plans to provide care to Medicare and MA plan beneficiaries in these areas, as there is a clear need for improvement. They love how Homeward can help manage challenging populations on their behalf, Excellerate key health plan metrics such as HEDIS and CAHPS measures by improving the member experience, and help Excellerate penetration in Medicare Advantage.

You have been an advocate for women in leadership positions throughout your career. Why is this so important to you?

Women are the dominant healthcare purchasers, so it is important to have representation and understanding of women’s perspectives in leadership positions. As a woman and the mother of two daughters, I strongly believe in the value of diverse leadership styles and empowering women to take on leadership roles. Women have different approaches and leadership styles, which tend to be more inquisitive. In order to bend the curve, you have to understand who the decision makers are. I am on the boards of multiple companies with women founders, including Toyin Ajayi of Cityblock Health and Kate Ryder of Maven, and believe it is crucial to support and mentor the next generation of female leaders.

What advice would you supply to the next generation of women leaders?

I think it is simple: Bet on yourself. And I say this to my children too: You never say “I can’t,” you say “I can.” Part of growing and learning is about making mistakes. Enjoy the process, and double down on your strengths.

What challenges did you face and how did you overcome them in your transition from practicing physician to entrepreneur?

One challenge I faced was the shift in mindset from a hierarchical medical training environment to a more team-oriented and collaborative business setting. In a healthtech company, we are creating something new and novel, and there are elements from each person’s unique skill set which are critical for the success of the company, from tech, to sales, to clinical expertise.

I also felt at times: “If you don’t see me, then I am not important.” But I have learned that sometimes it is important to try things differently for a bit. After Livongo, I joined General Catalyst as an executive-in-residence, and I wasn’t in the limelight for a period of time. That experience gave me time to think about what I cared most about and what I really wanted out of my next business. It led me to found Homeward, which has been an amazing experience.

Likewise, leaning in and leaning out as my kids have been different ages has been very important to me. I worked more when they were younger, because I believe the kind of influence I have on them is different throughout the years. Lately, I lean in more, as my kids are becoming more independent throughout their teenage years.

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