Payment Suspensions

A payment suspension could mean the sudden loss of a substantial portion of your revenue. Unfortunately, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and its contractors are increasingly relying on payment suspensions as sanctions of first resort in cases of suspected billing irregularities or overpayments. This means that many suspensions may be preceded by only limited – if any – contact with the responsible government agency or commercial insurance carrier prior to implementation.

About Our Payment Suspension Defense Attorneys

Our healthcare attorneys know how to identify “red flags” that could increase the likelihood of a payment suspension. We also have the knowledge and experience to respond rapidly and effectively if you receive a suspension notice. If you are facing a suspension of your Medicare, Medicaid, or commercial insurance payments, we can help.

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