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The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, also known as ERISA, is a federal law applicable to most employee benefit plans, excluding state and federal employees and religious organizations. The Department of Labor estimates that ERISA applies to more than 2.5 million group health plans. Because these plans are exempt from most state regulations, it is important to know and use the ERISA Claim Procedure Regulations and related protections in both treatment verification and appeals.
Lesson 1: Understanding the ERISA Effect
Why do ERISA benefits vary greatly from plan to plan? The ERISA effect on health benefits has been profound. See what it is all about and wh...
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President of Appeal Solutions, Tammy Tipton is an author and frequent speaker and expert on resolving denied and disputed medical insurance claims.
What You'll Learn:
- Understanding the ERISA Effect
- The ERISA Claims Procedure Regulation
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