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-filled open letter addressing the 2.7 million homeowners whose mortgages are serviced by Ocwen, apologizing for a glitch that backdated time-sensitive letters.
At first, Faris claimed that only 283 New York homeowners had been impacted.
However, he quickly retreated from that number after DFS said the number could be higher, way higher—perhaps in the “hundreds of thousands”—and not confined to New York.
Backdating is mostly used to make the age of the consumer at policy issue lower than the actual age to get a lower premium.
Backdating in most circumstances is considered fraudulent and illegal. For instance, backdating a claim for a past period is taken as legal.
If so, may the hospital bill for inpatient admission time beginning at the time the patient left the ED?
A: When a physician initially orders outpatient observation services and then subsequently changes the order to inpatient admission, the hospital must bill for inpatient care starting at the date and time the order was changed to inpatient admission.
The hospital may not roll the date and time of inpatient admission back to the time the patient was initially ordered to receive outpatient observation services.