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  1. 12 Common IRO Questions Answered

    Independent Review Organization IRO Questions, HealthcareIndependent Review Organizations (IROs) exist to “ensure that evidence-based and objective physician review services are provided along the continuum of care. IROs act as a third part and help alleviate the pressure of reviewing claims and make decisions without influence from either end of the situation.”

    We’ve been talking a lot about the major benefits that external IROs can provide, from helping support effective decision making to giving objective, unbiased reviews. We thought we would take this week to give some IRO basics, for those who want help understanding exactly what IROs are and what they does.

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