5 Common Practice Denials in Internal Medicine and Remedies

December 10, 2014

What the title doesn't tell you is that these denials are "unexpected." That can only mean more work for multitasking office staff. See if these are common in your practice, and learn how to avoid them.

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RemitDATA specializes in comparative analytics of structured healthcare data for medical providers, offering reimbursement and business intelligence solutions.

Each month, RemitDATA provides our sister site Physicians Practice with the latest data on unexpected denials - and the key reasons why - at medical practices nationwide.

RemitDATA's vice president of product management, Aaron Hood, provides commentary for the data, with a specific focus on internal medicine, including recommendations to help your practice avoid future denials.

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