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McBride, Allen Author Chapter on Commercial Payer Overpayment Disputes for AHLA Guide

Articles / January 27, 2016

BakerHostetler Partner Scott McBride and Associate Darby Allen authored the chapter, “Commercial Payer Overpayment Disputes,” in the American Health Lawyers Association’s recently released publication, Health Care Provider and Supplier Audits Practice Guide, First Edition. The guide addresses the intricacies of provider payment disputes in the Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial payer environments in light of recent trends and strategies adopted by payers and their contractors.

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