Appealing The Dual Diagnoses Dilemma
If patients suffered one illness or injury at a time, healthcare would be simplified. Most
patients present a more complicated mix with multiple medical issues requiring treatment. Yet,
carrier clinical review criteria and guidelines do not readily account for multiple diagnoses
patients. . . . .
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AppealLettersOnline Featured Letters
Appeal Solutions added a number of letters for appealing oncology denials. Please see the following letters under the topic Specialty Care:
Request for Clinical Criteria – Oncology
Request for Coding Credentials – Oncology
Request for Coding Criteria – Oncology
Request for Oncology Peer Review
Request for Peer Review – Oncology Surgery Assistant
50 Texas Appeal Letters & How To Use
Them Like A Pro
Appeal Solutions has developed an appeals training program specifically for Texas
medical billers. 50 Texas Appeals Letters & How to Use Them Like A Pro is a three
hour presentation specific to Texas insurance claim review laws. Tammy Tipton,
President of Appeal Solutions, will discuss how to assert your rights when insurers
deny or underpay medical claims. Level I and Level II appeal responses will be
discussed and legal protections related to appeal review will be explained. Some
of the appeal letters to be discussed include the following:
Incorrect verification of benefits
State and/or federal laws related to specialty care including access to care, peer review, direct access and clinical trial coverage and how to demand compliance with mandatory coverage laws.
Coding appeals and demanding a review by a specialty coder
and release of coding criteria.
Getting action on unnecessarily stalled claims and incorrect payment including UCR, Silent PPO and contractual denials
Seven tips to improve medical
Maximum Benefit Appeals and
How To Respond to Refund/Recoupment Response letters.
Cost of the presentation is $3,000 plus hotel and
transportation expenses for your area. Training includes 50
appeal letters customized for the client’s specific denial