You may think that waiving your clients' financial responsibility equals success for you and the client. After all, many in recovery are young people without the means to pay huge deductibles or coinsurance. And after all, the insurance company's deep pockets will cover the portions beyond the patients' responsibility... won't they? Health insurers have begun to identify waivers of patient financial responsibility as a form of fraud and abuse, and they are not taking it lightly.
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