Medicare Stops Hearing Provider Appeals in Hopes of Clearing Backlog

untitled 2014-01-21

Summary:

When Medicare refuses to cover a treatment (such as inpatient hospitalization) or device (like diabetes testing supplies), the statute gives the disappointed beneficiary the right to appeal.  Furthermore, there are mechanisms by which the provider–which may be a hospital, doctor, … Continue reading

Link:

http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/billofhealth/2014/01/21/medicare-stops-hearing-provider-appeals-in-hopes-of-clearing-backlog/

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health care finance health law policy matthew lawrence medicare/medicaid reimbursement

Authors:

mlawrence

Date tagged:

01/21/2014, 16:00

Date published:

01/21/2014, 15:04