chest pain

P2P Review for Angina Case

Case Study: Chest Pain, Unstable Angina P2P reveals intricate case

Patients admitted to the hospital with chest pain and other significant findings in the ER can still be denied for inpatient stay by insurance companies. One case involving a patient with severe stenosis of the right coronary artery and another critical lesion shows how an initial denial by the insurance company can be overturned after …

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Review for Inpatient Denial

Case Study: Chest pain, non-cardiac can be difficult to get admission status correct

Chest pain is one of the most common ER diagnoses. For those patients who require hospital admission, getting the admission status correct and paid by the insurance company can be tricky. One such case involved a patient who arrived in the ER with chest pain presumed due to unstable angina (TIMI 3). The patient was …

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