Claims review recommended for self-insureds

May 2001
Employee Benefit News;May2001, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p11
Interviews James Duncan of the Pershing Yoakley Medical Systems Inc. about claims review services. How claims review differs from the standard audits performed on behalf of self-insured employers; Why claims review process is necessary; Types of overpayment errors that are typically identified.


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