Your health insurance says, ‘Claim denied.’ How to fight back
U.S. · BUSINESS · POLITICS · HEALTH
January 19, 20228 min read1634 words
Published: January 19, 2022  |  8 min read1634 words
Copyright © 2022, Los Angeles Times | | | | Advertisement A letter arrives in the mail. Oh, great: It’s from your health insurance company. It contains some variation on the phrase “Your claim has been denied” and possibly “You may file an appeal to challenge this decision.” Ther...
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This article is part of the publication's "utility journalism" unit, which helps readers solve problems and make decisions -- a creative and practical focus. This article equips health insurance participants to challenge denials of coverage for necessary treatments. It is well researched and provides the reader useful explanations and third-party resources.
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