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Auditing can help payors identify questionable billing practices and prevent overpayment on workers’ compensation claims. (Photo: Getty Images/Mitchell)

An audit is not always a negative thing, especially when it comes to workers’ compensation medical bill review, where unchecked billing errors can have a significant impact on an organization’s bottom line. Potentially inaccurate billing practices are difficult to identify with an untrained eye — though they could be significantly increasing payors’ total medical spend on workers’ compensation claims.

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