Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 13, 2013
Given the complexity of rules, options, and requirements, handling a health insurance claim may be one of the most stressful and frustrating experiences one could imagine. The Health-Briefs television program brings new and enlightening information to the audience in a special segment titled Claim Recovery and Reimbursement to air in the new year.
Patients and their families are often caught in the middle between medical and insurance companies, as they simultaneously haggle over coverage while dealing with the trauma of an illness or disease. To complicate matters, not all claims are guaranteed, or even paid in a timely manner, leading to further aggravation and anguish beyond the claims process. Consumers become frustrated and stressed out and some just give up.
This special examines what consumers, doctors and their office managers can do to make medical claims smoother and easier to understand. Segments will explore the various nuances of medical insurance and treatment, the regulations that impact them, and how companies can help with the recovery and reimbursement of funds. The Health-Briefs television program sheds new light on the topic and offers insightful and useful information which everyone will find valuable.
The compelling show combs the nation and the globe to bring viewers beneficial health stories and firsthand insights from medical and insurance professionals within various fields. It is hosted by former NFL superstar Terry Bradshaw who narrates each segment in his well-known charming and welcoming manner. The former pro ball player led his team to several Super Bowl victories and received the Most Valuable Player title twice during his 14 year career.
Health-Briefs films in the United States and Canada, and is broadcast nationally and regionally on many popular cable television networks. Topics on the show reflect the concerns of the nation. Learn more about obesity, diabetes, changing trends in health care, the emergence of electronic health records, plus many more. Visit the show on the web and engage it on the favorite social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.