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Peer-to-Peer Review Pitfalls & Solutions

A Peer-to-Peer Review is a conversation between two healthcare professionals, usually licensed doctors, over the phone discussing a patient’s case. The Peer-to-Peer (P2P) process is used to explain or clarify something the clinical record cannot convey clearly. The core of a P2P call basically focuses on matching medical necessity criteria with reimbursement criteria.

Healthcare Independent Review and ‘No Surprise Act’

Understanding the Vital Role, Challenges, and Opportunities of Independent Medical Review Services, offers a behind-the-scenes look at internal and external appeals, reasons why accredited IROs reduce risks, and a crash course on newer review services, such as the independent dispute resolution process that’s part of the No Surprise Act (NSA) surprise billing regulations.

UnitedHealthcare Shares Consumer Sentiment Results

More Americans are turning to technology first to evaluate health conditions, and a growing number are interested in using the internet to access medical care, while opportunities remain to improve peoples’ understanding of basic health insurance terms and the connection between lifestyle choices and disease, according to a new study. UnitedHealthcare shares results in a new report.

Delegation For Workers Compensation

Across the country more and more workers compensation organizations are utilizing Workers Compensation Independent Medical Reviews to keep claims on track, and to decrease unnecessary expenditures as they relate to legal proceedings. When choosing an independent medical review network ask if they offer delegation for workers compensation medical reviews. Delegation provides an opportunity for significantly lower administration expenses wile increasing the quality of reviews.

Independent Review Organization Can Save You Money 3 Ways

The role of the Independent Review Organization (IRO) in the appeals process is to provide an unbiased 3rd party opinion on complicated reviews, helping to assure that all reviews are given the time and care they deserve. It’s a common illusions in the healthcare industry that taking care of things in house is the best and easiest way to save money—however this isn’t true when it comes to claim reviews. If you are trying to manage your denials in-house, it can actually be counterproductive if you’re trying to save money and even time. Let’s take a look at how outsourcing your IROs can save you time and money.

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