Non-emergency transport companies, who often transport patients for dialysis or other medical treatments, are a favorite of government investigators and contractors. Often times, contractors assess the trip logs associated with services, finding that the services do not match up as billed or that other technical requirements are unsatisfied, such as signatures from beneficiaries. Moreover, contractors may find that the patient did not truly need transportation and did not have a condition which would warrant such treatment. Ambulance denials are complex, not generally arising under the same statutory language as all other types of claims, and counsel experienced in handling these types of issues can be particularly helpful.
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