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Write an Appeals Letter That Works In 6 Simple Steps

Posted on 13. Jan, 2009 by in Toolkit

Transform the written word into reimbursement with these tips from a professional writer.

If you’re like many coders and billers, putting your appeals argument into writing is about as much fun as dropping a bowling ball on your foot.

Ditto for patient collections letters, instructional emails to providers, and more. You you can make your writing tasks a little easier with these quick tips from a former college English teacher who now writes about health care.

All the ‘Write’ Moves from Mary Compton, PhD, CPC

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