Globus Medical offers the GREAT program to assist in gaining coverage for medically necessary surgery to improve the quality of life for patients.
GREAT helps patients navigate through the appeal process and provides tools to assist patients in gaining coverage for Globus Medical products.
GREAT has successfully assisted patients with authorization and coverage for medically necessary surgeries through the appeals process. Each successful appeal helps pave the way for coverage for the next case.
“Great news! My surgery is approved! I am so happy. Thank you so much for your help. I am sure all the information you provided made the difference! Thanks again!”
“Good afternoon. I just wanted to thank you for all your help. The final appeal, external review, just finished. My procedure was approved. Your support and help through this process was a true blessing and I could never thank you enough.”
“I won the appeal! Thank you so much. I thought I had a strong case when I appealed to my insurance company and couldn’t believe I lost. I’m a nurse and I always appeal a denial. This was the first time I ever lost. I had exhausted my research capabilities. The documents you sent me filled in the gaps. The letter you wrote was strong. Thanks to your help, I have a chance at a better quality of life. Thank you.”
The material on this website is intended to be an educational resource only and is not meant to be a warranty or to replace a conversation between a patient and their physician or member of their health care team. Please consult a physician for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions, warnings, clinical results and other important medical information that pertains to this procedure. The decision to receive medical treatment is individualized to the patient and the patient’s symptoms. The information presented on this site may not apply to your condition, treatment or its outcome, as surgical techniques vary and complications can occur. It is important to discuss the viability of any surgical procedure with a physician to decide the right treatment option.