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Should you write off some of the primary adjustment fee if the secondary payment pays more than the amount of the remaining fee after the primary coverage and adjustment was made?

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2005-10-26 23:18:39
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Yes! And in the future, don't make ANY adjustments until all of the benefits have been paid. Might be a hassle at first, but once you have your own "system" in place you will save yourself alot of trouble like this, and it will make for a much cleaner account history and A/R report when someone else has to research the paperwork.

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