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About AppealTraining.com

Does this site allow me to file appeals to insurance carriers online?

No. AppealTraining.com is an educational resource. We do not file or process appeals for patients, medical billers or insurance carriers. Some insurance carriers have online complaint and appeal filing instructions. However, it is always a good idea to call and get the name of the appeal coordinator and send the appeal by certified mail to this person.

What is your cancellation policy?

We have no contract, no setup fees, and no hidden costs.  You can upgrade, cancel, or pause your account anytime – for any reason.  If you cancel before the end of the billing period, you’ll retain access until that period is over.

How do I know if the content is worth the membership fee until I start a membership and look at all the letters?

Several different ways: We offer sample appeal letters for you to download and evaluate and we also provide membership on a no-long-term-contract basis incase you decide the service isn’t for your organization.  We have also designed the web site to give visitors a comprehensive look at the site materials prior to signing up.

Does the site content change?

We typically update the site on a monthly basis with new letters and/or existing letter updates as well as new topics, guides, courses, articles and other educational tools and materials.

What is the success rate using AppealTraining.com?

You can read reviews and testomonials from many of our satisfied members at http://appealtraining.com/reviews/ We receive a lot of positive feedback regarding our site’s effectiveness. Further, we have a high rate of membership renewals beyond the initial year. However, we are unable to calculate an all-around accurate success rate. A member’s success rate will typically vary depending on the denials chosen for appeals, the organization’s billing policies, documentation quality and persistence in filing multiple levels of appeal. We do guarantee that the information will make it easier to file appeals since access to up-to-date information and sample letters facilitate a prompt, thorough appeal.

Can I buy one appeal letter for my specific denial?

No. We do not sell letters on an individual basis.

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