Who owns TRIA Orthopedics?

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Who owns TRIA Orthopedics?

Park Nicollet Health Services
TRIA is owned by Park Nicollet Health Services, which last year completed a merger with HealthPartners Inc.

Is TRIA part of HealthPartners?

TRIA Orthopaedic Center, which is part of HealthPartners and Park Nicollet Health Services, has over 40 highly-trained physicians covering a wide variety of sub-specialties.

Does TRIA do surgery?

From diagnosis to treatment to rehabilitation and even surgery, TRIA provides a wide range of services to meet your specific needs.

Does TRIA treat back pain?

We diagnose and treat everything from common low back, neck and joint pain, to rare pain syndromes like Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Centralized Pain Syndrome.

Does HealthPartners own Park Nicollet?

Together, they formed HealthPartners. Since then, we’ve combined with notable care organizations. They include Park Nicollet Health System, Regions Hospital, Lakeview Health, and Hudson Hospital & Clinic.

What does TRIA stand for in insurance?

Terrorism Risk Insurance Act
The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) created a temporary federal program that provides for a transparent system of shared public and private compensation for certain insured losses resulting from a certified act of terrorism.

How do I contact TRIA?

To request an RMA number for the return of your Tria Beauty device or skincare product(s), please contact Customer Care at 1-877-321-8742 or [email protected].

Is HealthPartners part of UnitedHealthCare?

UnitedHealthCare Wades Deeper into the Provider World by Buying HealthCare Partners. It’s the second major acquisition of its kind for UHC this year; the company paid $2.3 billion for Surgical Care Affiliates just last March.

Why do orthopedic surgeons make so much?

Ortho surgeries come with high professional fees. They are often done on insured patients (better reimbursement than government payers). Some of the surgeries can be done in high volume (arthroscopic surgery) on insured, younger patients, and still pay very well.

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