American Lien and Shannon Oconnor: New Billing Fee Schedule

American Lien and Shannon Oconnor are involved with providing a new billing fee schedule for the State of California. American Lien and Shannon Oconnor have been licensed with the state of California to assist with multiple aspects concerning the state’s Workers’ Compensation law and system. American Lien and Shannon Oconnor are working to develop a new billing fee schedule that is geared towards physicians who are listed on the ‘approved list’ of California Physicians / healthcare specialists.

In addition to their work with developing a new billing fee schedule for approved California physicians, American Lien and Shannon Oconnor are also involved with a variety of other aspects in their contract with the state.

American Lien and Shannon Oconnor consultant in a number of areas, including the following:

Billing: Billing often requires more than one set of eyes to handle thoroughly, and this is especially true in the case of large accounts or groups of accounts. American Lien and Shannon Oconnor work diligently to utilize their expertise in billing to help the State of California ensure the best practices are being undergone in the area of workers compensation.

Enforcement: When it comes to both coding and billing, American Lien and Shannon Oconnor are highly qualified to provide enforcement services. American Lien and Shannon Oconnor are licensed in the state of California to address a large number of areas within the states Workers Compensation system.

American Lien and Shannon Oconnor are committed to utilizing their experience and expertise in the creation of the State of California’s new billing fee schedule for its approved physicians and other healthcare specialists.

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