August 1, 2017

Daniel Schulte contributes “Direct Claims for Payment from No-Fault Insurers” to the Michigan State Medical Society’s Michigan Medicine magazine

Here is the question which Dan addresses: “I often treat automobile accident victims. Getting any patient’s no-fault insurer to pay has always been a challenge. I understand this may be more difficult following the Covenant Medical Center v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company case. Can you please explain what was decided in this case and what it means for physicians owed money for their services provided to auto accident victims?” Click the above links for Dan’s response, including a summary of the case and his recommendations on how to operationalize the implications at the physician practice level.


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