This comprehensive text presents the principles and theories behind health claims examining. It builds a complete understanding of all the skills necessary to process, pay, and apply claims as an examiner accurately and consistently. Highlights include: Learning objectives that identify key skills and concepts, qOn the Job Nowq-Professional self-assessment sections, qPractice Pitfallsq-Bad habits to avoid in the workplace, Chapter review questions and in-text exercises. This book should be used in conjunction with the workbook, The Practice of Health Claims Examining, Second Edition, which simulates daily duties as if the student were working for an insurance carrier. Book jacket.
|Title||:||Guide to Health Claims Examining|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2006-10-01|