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ERISAclaim.com Announced Free ERISA Webinar for Healthcare Overpayment Dispute and Claim Denials in Response to Increasing High Demand from the $6 Trillion Healthcare Denial Management Market
Date:10/19/2009

tes healthcare claims for estimated more than 170 million Americans who obtained health insurance or benefits from employment in private sector, for both self-insured and fully-insured (through purchase of insurance) health plans. ERISA law completely (100%) preempts, supersedes and invalidates any and all state laws and private managed-care contracts for PPOs and HMOs in any and all dispute over denial of benefits from an ERISA plan. ERISA regulates and governs healthcare claims which include the paid ERISA healthcare claims in more than 50% of $2.4 trillion, 16.6% of GDP, of the national health expenditure in 2008, and also include the denied healthcare claims, legitimately or wrongly for appealable claims, in more than 50% of $5 trillion in the aggregated denied healthcare claims in 2008. More than 60-70% of healthcare claim denials from insurance companies and managed-care third-party payers by employer-sponsored plans are due to ERISA regulated plan or policy coverage, limitations and exclusions rather than traditional billing, coding, medical necessity and managed care contracting or participation dispute. Although in the past 35 years the notices for ERISA rights to appeal were written on almost every EOB (Explanation of Benefits) in the daily practice in doctors' offices and hospitals, the healthcare providers, managed-care third-party payers, and even legal professionals as well as the state regulators rarely understood how to conduct, manage or regulate ERISA claim appeals for ERISA claim denials and disputes.

There have been urgent and popular market demands for ERISA healthcare claim appeal as the ERISA law, rather than billing, coding and managed care contract, completely governs denial of benefits per U.S. Supreme Court in Aetna v. Davila, for 170 million civilian working Americans and their families. Failure to appeal by doctors and hospitals for denied claims is the one of the main reasons for more and more middle-class bankruptcies when 77
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