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Anecdotes and real case studies ripped from the headlines about what doctors did which got them into trouble either with Medicare, HIPAA, The Office of Inspector General (OIG) or worse the FBI. The case studies are true stories of medical professionals: Some are about providers just like you trying to navigate the complex maze of the medical billing process. This guide wil Anecdotes and real case studies ripped from the headlines about what doctors did which got them into trouble either with Medicare, HIPAA, The Office of Inspector General (OIG) or worse the FBI. The case studies are true stories of medical professionals: Some are about providers just like you trying to navigate the complex maze of the medical billing process. This guide will help you recognize the red flags and triggers so you can avoid a Medicare Audit. Learn about common problems that plague medical practices. Discover what your peers have done right and what they have done wrong. Avoid the costly billing mistakes and practice mismanagement showcased in Medical Billing Horror Stories. With the changes, challenges and uncertainties facing the Healthcare industry you can't afford to miss this information. If you submit even one claim for reimbursement this is a must read!


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Anecdotes and real case studies ripped from the headlines about what doctors did which got them into trouble either with Medicare, HIPAA, The Office of Inspector General (OIG) or worse the FBI. The case studies are true stories of medical professionals: Some are about providers just like you trying to navigate the complex maze of the medical billing process. This guide wil Anecdotes and real case studies ripped from the headlines about what doctors did which got them into trouble either with Medicare, HIPAA, The Office of Inspector General (OIG) or worse the FBI. The case studies are true stories of medical professionals: Some are about providers just like you trying to navigate the complex maze of the medical billing process. This guide will help you recognize the red flags and triggers so you can avoid a Medicare Audit. Learn about common problems that plague medical practices. Discover what your peers have done right and what they have done wrong. Avoid the costly billing mistakes and practice mismanagement showcased in Medical Billing Horror Stories. With the changes, challenges and uncertainties facing the Healthcare industry you can't afford to miss this information. If you submit even one claim for reimbursement this is a must read!

55 review for Medical Billing Horror Stories

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    Medical Billing Horror Stories by Sharon Hollander turned out to be written for physicians instead of patients. I thought it would be full of stories like my own, being billed for the birth of my son and then five days later billed for second baby! It was still very interesting reading. I had worked for my father who was a physician long ago before the start of Medicare. Some problems did concern the patient. Apparently there have been some companies already masquerading as affordable insurance f Medical Billing Horror Stories by Sharon Hollander turned out to be written for physicians instead of patients. I thought it would be full of stories like my own, being billed for the birth of my son and then five days later billed for second baby! It was still very interesting reading. I had worked for my father who was a physician long ago before the start of Medicare. Some problems did concern the patient. Apparently there have been some companies already masquerading as affordable insurance for 2014. They put a picture of the White House or the American flag by the company's name. There was also information of little known facts about Medicare such as if you refuse Medicare Part A, you will not be able to collect Social Security benefits. Many of the problems that involve physicians is either fraudulently trying to trick Medicare to pay more for their services or even making them up or accidently making mistakes on the codes. Picking the codes is extremely important to getting paid from Medicare. It was shocking for me to read of the physicians who actually tried to trick the government. Did they not think there would be lots of oversight? I strongly recommend this book to all physicians. This book is very simply and is easy to understand. I received this book from FirstReads as a win but my thoughts and feelings in this review are my own.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Arlene Mullen

    I have had my own run in with medical billing when I had my kids. So I found this book to be very interesting. There were stories that ranged from offices using the wrong codes and places taking advantage of the system. There are so many codes n medical billing it made me feel for some of these people. You can tell this was written mainly for physicians or medical billing people. Besides that it was a very interesting read. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jake Duncan D

    Nice read form Sharon Hollander. I will never trust my medical bill again.

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