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If you've received an excessive or surprise medical bill over $5,000, it might be necessary to conduct a medical claims audit to ensure you were charged fairly for the services. Sometimes, medical bills get processed incorrectly and mistakes could have been made...
Many health insurance policies, especially those offered on the State and Federal Exchanges, don't offer out-of-network coverage. When they do, it still doesn't mean that 100 percent of your medical bill would be covered for treatment with an out-of-network provider....
If your insurance company denied a claim for the medical services you received, it's critical to take action — ignoring a denial can result in a bill going into collections and adversely affecting your credit. However, many people wrongfully assume that if their...
When you receive a medical bill or other paperwork from your insurance company, you might be overwhelmed and confused by the terminology that you see. The following explains some of the most commonly used medical billing terms so you can have a better understanding of what you’ve been charged and whether you’ve received an excessive medical bill.