The final rule and other mechanisms to reduce the backlog of Medicare appeals. Will they work?
Health Care Law
, June 2017
In recent years, the Medicare appeals process has experienced an unprecedented and sustained increase in the number of appeals. A variety of factors have contributed to this and to the resulting backlog of cases. In this issue of the Health Care Lawyer, attorney Michelle E. Lin examines and explains new regulations designed to improve the appeals process making it more efficient and consistent.
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