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    Do you know how most billing companies handle who is reponsible for claims that are written off because they are past the filing deadline? The claims rejected first for incorrect information; however they were not followed up on by the billing company in a timely manner so the payer will not pay the claims.

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    I would say it all depends on the contract betweent Doctor and billing company

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    Yes, but how are most contracts structured with regard to this?

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    Since not being worked is not an acceptable reason for appeal to the payers I would say it is time to write them off. The office manager makes that decision here with our advice as a coder/biller.

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    i worked for a few billing services. If the contract is silent on this point the doctor has every right to negotiate a discount or billing adjustment with the billing service. It helps to have documentation of the issue with the billing service on hand so that the doctor can have some leverage.

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