Most carriers do not require a written signature on the paper claim. The typed name of Provider is enough. RailRoad Medicare and US Dept of Labor are the only carriers that I'm finding that randomly want an ink signature on paper claims. Customer Service Reps at both places have said it's ok to just put my own signature, as billing representative for that Provider. I send all the paper claims to those carriers and 1 or 2 will come back saying they need a signature. Contact the insurances your having trouble with and see what they recommend.
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