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When is it appropriate? What's involved? Considerations and action steps.

Have you ever had a health insurance claim denied for what you considered an insufficient or unjust reason? Have you been waiting seemingly endlessly for an insurer's response to your claim? Have you wondered where to seek help when you see a pattern of third-party administrators delaying your patients' access to care?

Consider filing a complaint with your state's insurance commission. The following are factors to consider and tips for having the highest likelihood of success.

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