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Third-party payers may deny payment for occupational therapy services because the payer does not believe that occupational therapy is medically necessary, or for a technical reason such as

A) Using jargon the payer does not understand
B) Not including the correct dates of service on the billing form
C) Not writing progress notes in proper SOAP format
D) Documenting progress that is not supported by the evidence

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B

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