Physician Practice

Thorough appeal letters to payers can get your denied claims paid

Physician Practice Perspective, November 11, 2003

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If you've ever disagreed with Medicare or a payer about a claim denial, you're not alone. Physician practices appeal denials all the time. But for a carrier to even consider reversing a denial, you need to provide concrete proof that you're entitled to the payment. A solid, well-written letter of appeal, along with backup documentation, can help convince a payer to rethink a denied claim and pay you the money you deserve.

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