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Medical providers who file appeals on behalf of patients provide a valuable service by resolving complex issues that patients are not in a position to effectively resolve. Often, however, carriers contest the providers’ rights to access pertinent claim review information and do not always recognize the provider’s rights to act on behalf of the patient. Start the course to learn more about providers rights to appeal and litigate denied medical claims.
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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:
- Providers' Right To Access A Quality Appeal Process
- Providers' Right to Pursue Appeal Without Reprisal From Carrier
- Providers' Right to Litigate
- Providers' Right to appeal and/or Act as Authorized Representative
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