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Unformatted text preview: As we know a case consists of grouping of information related to various visits to doctor, it is definitely going to be changed whenever the associated conditions or associated data changes. Since a change in insurance carrier comes within the above condition like provider change, location of procedure, a new case has to be prepared for this incident and case. Even though this is the normal and preferred way of working, there are exceptions to this rule as well. In case where all other variables remain the same and just a change in insurance carrier is being made, a change in case may not be forced. In such a possibility we just simply change the existing files to reflect this insurance carrier change. Out of the two approaches it cannot be said as to which one is better or popular as both are preferred approach and both are popular as well as applied. Personal tab Account tab Policy 1 tab...
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