Recent Appeal Training Articles
Preauthortizations in Jeopardy: Online Payer Portals and Th
Preauthorization - a process created by payers to preemptively review treatment decisions – has lo
Patient Stories: Do They Belong In Appeals?
Patient stories are the pulse in healthcare communication. “Open all meetings with a patient st
It Took HOW LONG To Appeal That Denial?
One of the chief complaints about appealing denials for patients is that it takes too much time to d
Aetna Medical Director Denies Care Without Reading Submitted
It is sort of rare to see any kind of “stunning admission” by an insurance giant. But this week'
Precision Medicine Reimbursement: Two Routes to Payment
Patients want personalized healthcare and healthcare organizations are looking for ways to provide i
Stop The Spread Of Denied Claims - Denial Prevention Can Wor
A sudden spike in denied medical claims can clog up your entire financial spreadsheet, sending red i
How Do Mental Health Parity Laws Impact "Usual, Customary an
How Do Mental Health Parity Laws Impact "Usual, Customary and Reasonable" Usual, Customary and Re
Successful Strategies for Avoiding "No New Information" Deni
Unfortunately, one of the most frustrating and common denial responses from carriers are the words "
Persistence Beyond Initial "No" Wins Appeals: Second in our
Medical billing professionals will often give the appeal process one shot. If the argument looks goo