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The American Medical Association (AMA) is no longer sitting idly by and watching the numbers game between insurance companies and medical providers. They are taking action and have already found and recovered more than $8 billion in insurance errors, which has been returned to the healthcare system. Dr. Robert M. Wah, chairman of the AMA board of directors said, “Despite the improvement, the commercial health insurance industry still paid the wrong amount for nearly 10 percent of medical claims and the AMA estimated an additional $7 billion could be saved if insurers consistently pay claims correctly.” Although measures are now being taken to hold the insurance companies accountable, the healthcare professionals must continuously monitor their claims and remain financially informed.

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