AHA Releases Toolkit for Hospitals and Health Systems on Exercising ERISA Rights for Fair Coverage and Reimbursement

AHA Special Bulletin
January 11, 2021

 

At A Glance

Health plans often inappropriately delay or decline coverage for medically necessary care. This can undermine the quality of care that is provided, strain the provider/patient relationship, result in bad debt for providers and unexpected bills for patients, and increase the burden on providers to advocate for themselves and their patients.
 

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