Common Medical Billing Terms You Should Understand

Common Medical Billing Terms You Should Understand

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.

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Is There a Time Limit on COVID-19 Medical Bills?

Is There a Time Limit on COVID-19 Medical Bills?

If you were treated for COVID-19 weeks ago and you still haven’t received a bill, you might be wondering if you should even expect one and whether the provider has a time limit to send it. Although the government and many major insurance companies have assured...

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How Can I Minimize a COVID-19 Hospital Bill?

How Can I Minimize a COVID-19 Hospital Bill?

If you received a COVID-19 hospital bill, you might be concerned when you review the cost of treatment. If you were in the ICU or on a ventilator, your bill could be in the thousands – even after health insurance covers the contracted allowances for an in-network...

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COVID-19: Navigating the New Normal

COVID-19: Navigating the New Normal

“Navigating Access to Care” was the topic of our April 6 webinar, the first in our series on “Crisis to Calm: Navigating the New Normal.”  Susan Null, Medical Bill Advocate, joined Nicole Christensen, BCPA, CEO of Care Answered, to discuss the ways that patients can...

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