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    Apr 2007

    Default Old code books

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    Can anyone advise how long old code books should be kept?

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Hartford, CT


    Based on your insurance contracts how far back can insurance companies go for claim retractions? If there is a problem you don't want to use current year books for older claims since codes and or their definitions can change. I'm not saying keep 10 year old books, but I would check the insruance contracts and keep books at least as far back as insurance companies can go.

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