Determining Reasonableness of Medical Expenses



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When you receive notice that the "reasonableness" of your client's medical expenses are contested, what do you do? How do you prove if charges are usual, customary and reasonable? Lan Lievense has been in healthcare finance for over 40 years and holds seven healthcare finance certifications. He will explain the methodology, best practices and provide a detailed look into the world of healthcare finance.

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