Physicians lose toll-free claims submissions

November 1998
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Nov98, Vol. 52 Issue 11, p11
Trade Publication
Focuses on the United States Health Care Financing Administration's plan to discontinue its policy of paying carriers for the costs of toll-free lines used by participating physicians and suppliers for electronic claims submissions. Implications for physicians and the arrangements that physicians have with billing companies; Effectivity date.


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