Want to find out more about Humana’s processes for medical claim disputes and corrected claims?
Humana now offers an on-demand presentation about medical claim disputes and corrected claims. The primary difference between disputes and corrected claims concerns material information. A claim submitter may dispute a claim if he or she disagrees with Humana’s adjudication of the claim based on the original information submitted. A corrected claim may be submitted if a submitter realizes that material information on a previously submitted claim was incorrect or incomplete.
Check out Humana’s online presentation, titled "Claim Disputes and Corrected Claims," to learn more about Humana’s processes for medical claim disputes and corrected claims, including submission requirements and related time frames.
Access the presentation, and many more, at Humana.com/MakingItEasier. Each feature in the series consists of an on-demand presentation addressing a specific topic, with a downloadable tip sheet.