Aetna Medical Director Denies Care Without Reading Submitted Medical Records

Aetna Medical Director Denies Care Without Reading Submitted Medical Records

It is sort of rare to see any kind of “stunning admission” by an insurance giant. But this week’s headline about an Aetna Medical Director who made important decisions on claims without reading the medical records has been met with mounting frustration over lack of quality in payer review. In the CNN story, Dr. Anne-Marie…

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Seven Tips To A Successful Medical Necessity Appeal

AppealTraining.com has a number of letters citing state and federal disclosure laws which assist medical providers with demanding more complete information regarding denials. These letters are under the Topic: Benefit Reductions and the Subcategory: State Mandates in the AppealTraining.com Appeal Letter Repository and include a number of new state-specific disclosure letters. Request Immediate Peer-to-Peer Review.…

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