Insurance saying, “NO!”?
If you have ever had your health insurance reject a treatment or to pay for something, you are among the millions of Americans who have dealt with this. If you’ve not, chances are you will at some point. This article in Parade Magazine had some grea tips I thought we could all benefit from. It may be a good article to save for when you receive that envelop in the mail someday that says, "Your requested treatment is denied."
Fight for Your Health Care | PARADE Magazine
Chances are, if you’re among those Americans lucky enough to have health insurance, you will eventually have a claim rejected. And even if that decision appears arbitrary and unfair, you, like many of us, may just roll over and accept the verdict. Fighting the health-insurance bureaucracy on even small matters can be draining. And winning seems like such a long shot. But that really isn’t true. Surprisingly, people who fight back when their health-care provider says “no” often do win. The keys are knowing what will get results and being persistent. Read more of this article here