WASHINGTON, May 20, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- WEDI, the nation's leading nonprofit authority on the use of health
According to the paper, "The PLB segment has historically been problematic for both payers and providers. Payers often do not provide all the necessary information in the 835 and providers often are not able to correctly interpret the information provided."
The 23-page document outlines specific business use cases for the PLB and how information should flow from the payer to the provider. Some key takeaways from the white paper's conclusion include:
For more information on WEDI's industry efforts surrounding Provider Adjustments, please visit the WEDI Remittance Advice and Payment Subworkgroup page.
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