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Baltimore office of our client seeks attorney with 1-2 years of experience. The candidate will be responsible for representing and counseling healthcare providers in their disputes with medical insurance carriers and managed care organizations at all stages of the administrative appeals process. Will serve in initial reviews, calling insurance companies to resolve authorization and claim denials, writing appeals and letters to insurance companies to resolve denials, and following up on appeals to the point of exhaustion or payment. Represent healthcare providers in the defense of third party payer audits. Provide defense of health care entities at all stages of the administrative appeals process. Assist hospitals in resolving denied and underpaid facility claims. Properly handle compliance matters between the providers and insurance companies. Draft complex and contractual appeals and letters to insurance companies. Review and apply client contract language and rates as necessary to resolve denied claims. Utilize payer provider and administrative manuals to dispute denied claims. Indicate the referred amount of all first level administrative appeals filed through the daily worklist. Email and/or call provider representatives to resolve complex claim and appeal issues. Assist with the training of employees and provide necessary feedback as requested by management. Assist recovery staff in pursuing appeals, including the development of new and innovative legal and procedural arguments and tools. Complete initial reviews as assigned. Identify whether a claim has been under or over paid based on the provider's expected reimbursement. Maintain an understanding of Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC) payment rules. Maintain an understanding of DRG, per diem, case rates and other relevant insurance reimbursement schematics. Apply provider specific reimbursement methodologies, payment policies and provider contracts to each payment reviewed to confirm payment in full. Maintain an understanding of Electronic Remittance Summary Posting. Maintain expert understanding of Medicare and Medicare Advantage regulations regarding payment, coverage, conditions of participation, and other relevant topics. Represent clients during Administrative Law Judge hearings and attend administrative hearings for claim denials by Maryland Medicaid. Must be admitted to practice law in the State of Maryland.
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