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Appealing Clinical Validation Denials in the Era of Sepsis-3

by Denise Wilson MS, RN, RRT, Vice President of Clinical Audit and Appeal Services, Intersect HealthcareReproduced with permission of ICD10 MonitorDenise Wilson MS, RN, RRTVice President of Clinical Audit and Appeal Services, Intersect HealthcareHigher overturn rates...

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Talking Payer Denials and Appeals on HealthcareNOW Radio

Earlier this month, Co-founder, President & CEO, Brian McGraw had the opportunity to talk with the host of InterviewsNOW, Shereese Maynard, from HealthcareNOW Radio about payer denials and appeals.  Listen to the full interview with McGraw and Maynard:

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Looking to 2019: Our Experts Weigh In

by Dawn Crump, Senior Director, Revenue Cycle and Denial Management Solutions, Intersect Healthcare Reproduced with permission of RCM Answers Dawn Crump Senior Director, Revenue Cycle and Denial Management Solutions, Intersect Healthcare Twitter: @IntersectAppeal Its...

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The Missing Wheel on the Revenue Cycle

Practical steps to reduce insurance denials and steadily improve the bottom line By Kendall Smith, MD | Chief Physician Advisor to the Intersect Healthcare Leadership Team I was writing an appeal for a hospital system the other day to a large insurer. It was one of...

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The Use of Evidence Based Medicine in Appeal Letter Templates

Insurance company denials of payment are rarely issued in a random and infrequent manner. Most denials for services rendered are grouped around specific issues on payment policies, as defined by the insurance carrier. As an appeal writer, it only makes sense to...

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Leveraging Limitation on Liability to Win Appeals

Limitation on Liability is a very common phrase to appeal writers, specifically when dealing with government denials. It’s a crucial argument that is vital to a winning appeal argument. Have you ever stopped to think about what that phrase means? Have you ever dug...

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