A Small Step Forward on Surprise Medical Care “Balance-Billing”

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By @nicholas_bagley

More on out of network Balance Billing

Per a rule released last week, CMS will now require qualified health plans to count the cost sharing paid by the enrollee for an essential health benefit

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 A small step forward on surprise billing

Assessment

We’ve written about this problem before on the ME-P; and we now appreciate this guest ME-P update.

More: Balance-Billing Conundrum

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One Response

  1. AMA: Top 5 Medical Billing Denials

    1. Missing information
    2. Duplicate claim or service
    3. Service already adjudicated
    4. Not covered by the payer
    5. Limit for filing expired

    Source: Advance Web

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