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Congrats to new G&B associate, Chris L. Koester, on passing the July 2019 Arizona Uniform Bar Exam!
Gammage and Burnham is pleased to welcome a new associate, Chris L. Koester, to our team. Chris is a former G&B Summer Associate who was at the firm in both 2017 and 2018 where he gained a great introduction to the practice of law working with attorneys throughout the firm and getting to know the firm’s rich history. Chris recently graduated from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, which was ranked in the top 25 Law Schools in the World by Academic Ranking of World Universities!
Even though you and your staff may have worked with AHCCCS for a long time, there are certain repeat questions that seem to pop up on a regular basis. Here are some of them:
Q: We confirmed a prior authorization with a contracted AHCCCS plan several days before an outpatient surgery but didn’t “notify” on the date of the procedure, or when the patient became an inpatient. Now the plan won’t pay. Can they do that?
Your contract likely has language that says you will follow their policies and procedures and that allows the Plan to deny payment if you don’t notify the plan of the admission.
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