How to Get Off the Denial and Appeal Merry-Go-Round

It’s a familiar pattern with payers, the provider wins a front-line denial, then a myriad of payer reviews occur and result in more denials. More provider resources are deployed to fight each subsequent denial, only to be unfairly under-reimbursed at the end of the cycle. 

What you will learn:

  • How you can leverage data, analytics, and regulatory guidance to empower your team’s tactical response
  • Craft a payer strategy to get you off the denial and appeal merry go round.

This webinar will soon be available On Demand.

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