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The word chronic should be used instead of recurrent for a medical condition that persists over a long period.
The word chronic should be used instead of recurrent for a medical condition that persists over a long period. This is true.
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User: The word chronic should be used instead of recurrent for a medical condition that persists over a long period.

Weegy: The word chronic should be used instead of recurrent for a medical condition that persists over a long period. This is true.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 38828|

User: An insurance claims representative also may be known as the claims adjudicator.

Weegy: An insurance claims representative also may be known as the claims adjudicator. This is true.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 38830|

User: For Medicaid cases there is no assignment of benefits unless the patient has other insurance in addition to Medicaid.

Weegy: For Medicaid cases there is no assignment of benefits unless the patient has other insurance in addition to Medicaid. This is true.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 38830|

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