How to Navigate the Narrow Path to Reimbursement Appeal

    View Authors 1 October 2014

    During recent years, providers have felt the gradual narrowing of their rights to appeal Medicare underpayments and recoupments. Various amendments to the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) regulations governing provider appeals have sought to impose an increasing number of significant and complicated “hoops” through which providers must jump. However, a recent provider court victory provides a welcome – and significant – bit of relief.

    “How to Navigate the Narrow Path to Reimbursement Appeal: How Providers’ Recent Court Win Favorably Impacts Medicare Appeal Rights,” by Squire Patton Boggs partner Stephen Nash and associate Mimi Brouillette, was recently published in The Health Care Law Roundtable’s third quarter edition of the General Counsel Agenda – a publication written for the hospital and health system in-house counsel audience.