Involuntary Discharges

Difficult discharges handled with dignity

Effectively navigating precarious situations, such as difficult discharges, requires sensitivity, along with sound legal advice. Our extensive experience in health law gives us the tools needed to provide diligent representation, allowing us to preserve the dignity of patients and protect the rights of our clients by reducing unnecessary expenditures.

Anderson & Quinn Healthcare Attorneys

Rob Scanlon

Rob Scanlon

Managing Member

Gustavo Matheus

Gustavo Matheus

Member

From the blog

Confusion in Pre-Certification/Pre-Authorization Denials

Insurance standardized codes can cause confusion for healthcare providers. In 2008, Medicare updated its policy to require contractors to employ standardize codes in paper and electronic Remittance Advice (RA) forms. Derived from Health Insurance Portability and...

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Benefits of Exhausting Appeals

Timely appeals help preserve rights of healthcare providers. The signed agreements between healthcare providers and managed care plans regulate the terms of the parties’ business relationship. These terms, often detailed in the payer’s provider manual, seem simple:...

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Beware of Hidden Loopholes in the Provider Manual

Periodic bulletins and newsletters can also change the terms of executed agreements. Participating agreements between healthcare providers and payers include requirements to comply with the payer’s managed care policies, as outlined in the healthcare provider manual....

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