Top 5 Billing Troubles for Ob/Gyn in January 2015


This infographic shows the 5 most common unexpected denials from January 2015, with solutions provided by Aaron Hood from RemitData.

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RemitDATA has provided with the latest data on unexpected denials-and the main reasons why-at medical practices nationwide.

In this infographic, Aaron Hood, RemitDATA's vice president of product management, comments on the data, which separately focuses on both general practice and OB/GYN, and offers recommendations to help your practice avoid future denials.

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