By DeathbyWording - 29/04/2016 17:05 - United States - Vernon
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Here's what you can do: 1) call your insurance company and ask with the HIPAA Compliance/Privacy Officer 2) Then ask them for the names as well as credentials of every person accessing your record that made the decision of denial. 3) They will probably reverse the decision rather than admit that their committee has low paid high school graduates who usually do this decision making by looking for "criteria words" to deny healthcare. 4) If they refuse any of this it should be reported to the U.S. Office of Civil Rights Hope this helps!
this is bullshit, okay. First of all, HIPAA non-compliance has its own website. It's not civil rights. Civil rights is like race and gender and sexual orientation, protected classes like that. Secondly, the people who are on insurance panels are usually former medical professionals, not pure HS graduates. This stupid picture was spreading on the internet and it's a lie. If diagnostics and coverages were that easy to get reversed nobody would ever have problems. I hate the US system of healthcare too but spreading stuff like this helps NOBODY.
Try going in to see another doctor, a second opinion would be good in this situation anyway.
You mean your "doctor."