Reuters: How to handle medical billing errors
Many of us have had eye-opening encounters due to an incorrect medical bill and Reuters recently ran an article on the subject featuring AAPC member and ICD-10 trainer Yvonne Dailey, CPC, CPC-I.
“Medical billing is rife with errors like this. A recent study by the American Medical Association found that while billing accuracy has improved, one in 10 bills paid by private health insurance have mistakes. And with many more Americans headed toward insurance coverage in 2014 when many of the main provisions of the Affordable Care Act take effect, that just increases the possibility of error,” stated the article.
Read the full article here.
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