rebill

rebill

(riːˈbɪl)
vb (tr)
(Commerce) to bill or charge (someone or something) again
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However, families may need to let providers know to rebill.
In failing to cancel and rebill the proprietary trades, the panel decided JTF and Belesis violated the just and equitable principles of trade rule.
CMS only allows hospitals to rebill for services from the previous year, but gives RACs the ability to audit claims for the prior three years.
Ipsen will book all related sales and marketing expenses, rebill them to Inspiration and record them in Other Revenues.
Cheshire - together with seven other police authorities and a city council - has been given three weeks to respond, after which they face having to rebill residents with a lower rise, or cut budgets for future years.
The database is designed to send 3 bills; after the last bill is sent, the system does not rebill * Record type is "past member" * Incorrect address/return mail I did not receive my Journal.
The current system imposes unnecessary and substantial administrative burdens on retail pharmacies, including the need to issue refunds and rebill claims, claims NACDS.
To save time and money, our powerful billing system automates rebill, retroactive changes, coordination of benefits, and electronic payment.
The "gaming" perspective obviously has to do with issues surrounding insurance companies--send a bill, wait for the denial, rebill the appeal, get paid (usually incorrectly), appeal the payment, threaten to balance bill the patient, and finally, get that to which you are entitled.
rebill patient for portion of the bill when allowed by carrier),
Another interviewee conveyed the treatment providers' frustration with the reimbursement process and the resulting financial strain: "[MCOs] denied claims and denied claims and made us rebill and rebill and rebill because we weren't doing it just the way they wanted it.