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Synonyms for denial

Synonyms for denial

a turning down of a request

a refusal to grant the truth of a statement or charge

Synonyms for denial

the act of refusing to comply (as with a request)

the act of asserting that something alleged is not true

renunciation of your own interests in favor of the interests of others

a defendant's answer or plea denying the truth of the charges against him

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Amy Myrick, Revenue Cycle Team Lead at Johns Hopkins added "ZirMed's Denial and Appeal Management gives our collectors the opportunity to work the claims in a timelier manner.
html) have had a close look at the trends in denial management in the past decade, they have managed to discover a pattern or particular reasons for every payer in the state denying claims.
The peer-to-peer affords the treating physician or hospital physician executive the opportunity to discuss the case with the insurer's medical director and possibly avoid the denial.
Denial is a prevalent clinical concept (Robak, 1991; van Wormer, 1986) that is consistently defined across fields of study and practice (Whiteacre, 2004) and is widely understood in American popular culture.
Why are healthcare organizations trying to manage denials after they have occurred--up to and incorporating their expectation of claims denials, and subsequently looking for a software fix?
Denial in the sense that not all their needs are recognized, and the bargaining is going on as developers look to create facilities around the country.
The denial disparity ratio equals the denial rate for a particular racial category (for example, African American) divided by the denial rate for whites.
DDoS attacks occur when many hosts act in a cooperative manner to perform a joint denial of service attack, increasing the potential for overrunning the network dramatically.
Without the proper equipment, identifying reimbursement denials and filing appeals can be a costly and timeconsuming process.
A book by the American psychiatrist, M Scott Peck, Denial of the soul--spiritual and medical perspectives on euthanasia, although published in 1997, is today more relevant than ever.
Sheen notes that we are living in the only period of the world's history in which there is a universal denial of guilt.
47) While she argues that her evidence shows that "these comparisons matter deeply to us," (48) she is not able to show why status and identity, within an economy of desire, are so deeply important to us, other than that they are socially influenced by the envy of the four-fifths of those of the upper one-fifth (49)--and despite our constant denial of that envy.
Using this evidence, the author finds that higher denial rates were associated with lower rates of claim filing.
Denial about the AIDS crisis is a breathing moral failure.
6015(e)(1)(A) provides that, if the taxpayer timely files a petition, the Tax Court can review the IRS's denial of relief in Sec.