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Its possible that you may receive a bill for charges in addition to the $166. Some procedures, supplies, and medication are not covered by Medicare and depending on your supplemental policy, they may deny
You will get the bill from the hospital. The hospital will bill both Medicare and your supplement. The insurance company will pay their portion and the hospital will bill you the remaining balance.
There are some life insurance companies that will insure him. Look up guaranteed life insurance. These policies do not require a doctors exam. Also, renal failure patients are automatically eligible for
You would need to check your state's medicaid guidelines. You would most likely have to have the patient sign an agreement that they have been informed that you do not accept Medicaid and they will be
Hi Joyce, I am just as confused as you are. My understanding is that the referral must come from the primary. However, it could be possible that they are requesting a referral from the neurologist since