medicalbills 

Ahhh, medical bills, they’re confusing and overwhelming.  Usually, there is a long list of medical jargon along with prices.  Understanding these bills and fees can be made easy.  Follow these steps below when analyzing your medical bills.

When visiting a doctor or hospital, the medical professional will send a bill to your insurance company.  The insurance company may send you a copy of that bill; if that is the case, you do not have to pay anything yet.

Insurance companies usually use the doctor’s bill to create your Explanation of Benefits statement.  An EOB breaks down the services you received by your doctor and adds what amount will be left for you to pay.

When the insurance company pays their portion, then you will receive the actual bill from the doctor.  This bill shows all of the services you receive and the amount that is left to pay on your end.

 

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source:https://www.aetna.com/health-guide/infographic-spot-errors-medical-bill.html

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