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Best Practices in Processing Health Insurance Claims

July 12, 2022 (2 min read)

Rely on the Practical Guidance Healthcare practice area for a comprehensive checklist addressing claims processing issues. Educate yourself on the relevant laws, regulations, and administrative rules governing the process; discover relevant claims processing timelines and claim forms; and equip yourself with the necessary questions to understand your clients’ particular obligations.


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