Instant insurance claim adjudication works well for gyns

October 2009
Contemporary OB/GYN;Oct2009, Vol. 54 Issue 10, p26
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a report about instant claims adjudication published in "American Medical News." It showed that gynecologists are more successful with instant claims adjudication than any other group of specialists, with 89% of gynecology claims resolved in less than 10 seconds. It cites observations about the lack of interest on real-time adjudication, such as the complication of implementing a program and the long period of processing claims.


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