We Handle Third-Party Payer Denials and Underpayments

As a healthcare provider, director, or CFO, chasing down insurance reimbursements is the last way you want to spend your time. You want to get paid for the care you and your personnel provide, and you want to focus on looking ahead instead of constantly looking behind. But, dealing with third-party payer denials and underpayments is a persistent concern for many providers, and letting payments slip through the cracks is not something most can afford.

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This is where we come in. We provide full-service insurance reimbursement solutions to hospitals, healthcare systems, and other providers. Our attorneys, doctors, nurses and paralegals handle denials and underpayments from end to end—working directly with payers and pursuing arbitration and litigation when necessary. By taking these functions off of our clients’ plates, we help them streamline their operations while reducing their average time to payment and improving their reimbursement rate. How can we help you? Contact us to start a conversation today.

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