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list 3 reasons why claims could be returned by the insurance companies
1. The cause of death is related to a condition that was present when the policy was taken out but was not delcared. 2. Premiums have not been paid. 3. Suicide.
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Weegy: 1. The cause of death is related to a condition that was present when the policy was taken out but was not delcared. 2. Premiums have not been paid. 3. Suicide.
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List 3 reasons that claims could be returned by the insurance companies.
Weegy: You may have waited to long to file the claim..2) the patient has an unmet deductible 3) The authorization can also time out....of course there are plenty of other reasons too (More)
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allison is overwhelmed in her new job in the insurance calim processing department. her supervisor is looking for a pending claim in allisons desk and finds a drawer marked 'returns', which contains nearly a hundred return claims sent back by the carriers for various reasons. list 3 reasons that claims could be returned by the insurance companies.
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