Recent Appeal Training Articles
Successful Strategies for Avoiding "No New Information" Deni
Unfortunately, one of the most frustrating and common denial responses from carriers are the words â
The Reimbursement Rollercoaster: Do You Feel Bombarded by M
About half of the U.S. adult population has at least one of ten chronic conditions. One in four adul
Appeal Your E/M "Level of Care" Denials By Asking For In-dep
Evaluation and Management code selection often comes under intense scrutiny by payers. However, j
Anthem's New 90-day Timely Filing Requirement
Anthem has notified doctors and other providers that the timely filing window for professional claim
Where Did The Provider Reps Go?
"Where is a payer provider rep when you need one?" Most practice administrators have a story about
How to Use a Five-Part Approach to Appeals
Patient stories put the pulse in any healthcare communication â€“ including appeals. Unfortunat
Preauthorizations in Jeopardy: Online Payer Portals and Thi
Preauthorization - a process created by payers to preemptively review treatment decisions â€“ has lo
Patient Stories: Do They Belong In Appeals?
Patient stories are the pulse in healthcare communication. â€œOpen 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