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Health Reform For Doctors And Hospitals: Obama Made An Offer We Can't Refuse! - ERISAclaim.com Celebrates its Successful Webinars on Reimbursement Laws
Date:4/5/2010

ERISAclaim.com Is Celebrating Its Successful Webinars On New Healthcare Reimbursement Laws, Offered Since The House Passed Its Version Of Sweeping Reform Bill In Last November, And Subsequent Senate Bill With Identical Provisions For Appeals Laws. After President Obama Signed Into Law The Final Bill On March 23, 2010, Healthcare Providers Have Attended Its Daily Webinars With Overwhelming Reactions: Obama Made An Offer We Can't Refuse, "To Receive Continued Coverage Pending The Outcome Of The Appeals Process".

Hanover Park, IL (PRWEB) April 5, 2010 -- ERISAclaim.com is celebrating the success of its free Webinars on new healthcare reform and reimbursement laws, offered as soon as the House passed its version of the Health Bill, H.R. 3962, on Nov. 7, 2009, then Senate health Bill, H.R. 3560 on Christmas Eve., with almost identical provisions on providers reimbursement laws, or appeals procedures and rights. ERISAclaim.com stepped up its free Webinars from weekly to daily basis after President Obama signed into law the final reform bill on March 23, 2010 that provides unprecedented consumer protections with mandatory ERISA internal and external appeals and guaranteed consumers "to receive continued coverage pending the outcome of the appeals process". Healthcare providers from every segment of the industry attended these free Webinars with overwhelming surprises and satisfactions: Obama made an offer we can't refuse. ERISAclaim.com will continue its free Webinars on weekly basis for several weeks and monthly basis for the remaining of the year.

As commented by one of the Webinar attendees:

"Over the last five years I have attempted to understand the application of ERISA to the claims process. I have attended two seminars conducted by lawyers; several ERISA presentations by coding/billing organizations and the Oklahoma Labor Department, and studied information
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