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to Healthcare Denial and Appeal Management

Welcome to the nation's only
association dedicated to Healthcare Denial
and Appeal Management

The association is currently focused on acute care inpatient and outpatient
hospital services, with plans to expand to all provider and patient communities.

BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!

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The Association for Healthcare Denial and Appeal Management is the nation’s only association dedicated to Healthcare Denial and Appeal Management. We’re here to support and promote professionals working in the field of healthcare insurance denial and appeal management through education and collaboration.

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Find Appeal Success by Creating Your Own Evidence-Based Guidelines Library

Wednesday, November 3rd | 2PM 

FREE TO ATTEND!

Presenters: Denise Wilson, MS, RN, RRT, Senior Vice President, Intersect Healthcare + AppealMasters

Free CEUs for our AHDAM Members!

Winning medical necessity denials comes down to arguing that care provided met the standard of care in the medical community. If a surgeon amputates a finger for paper cuts, you should not expect to be reimbursed. But when care provided is representative of the standard of care for the condition present, the provider, and the patient, should expect the care to be covered. Sounds simple, right? Join us as we teach you how to create your own evidence-based guidelines library to include snippets of guidelines that can be incorporated into successful appeal arguments. We hear you, no one has time to research standards of care for every appeal. Let us show you how to develop a mechanism that will have a direct, positive impact on the efficiency and effectiveness of your appeal writing.

Learning Outcomes:

At the conclusion of the webinar, the learner will be able to:

  1. Create a well-organized evidence-based library of standard of care snippets that support the medical necessity of services provided.
  2. Distill an evidence-based guideline down to snippets that support the medical necessity of services provided and organize evidence-based guidelines by body system, category, or key subject.
  3. Make use of electronic organizational tools to create an evidence-based guideline library

 

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