Answers the questions:
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Will it be covered by insurance?
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“Requires health plans to hold patients harmless from surprise medical bills. Patients are only required to pay the in-network cost-sharing amount for out-of-network emergency care, for certain ancillary services provided by out-of-network providers at in-network facilities, and for out-of-network care provided at in-network facilities without the patient’s informed consent.”
What does this mean?
What does this mean? A facility or a laboratory has within 72 hours of delivering its service to inform the patient of their out-of-pocket cost based on their health plan coverage Health plans must offer an advanced explanation of benefits tool for patients. Read more about the legislation from Health and Human Services and Health Affairs, or download the AHA’s detailed summary.
CMT has the AEoB Tool for health plans, facilities, and physicians to better understand a patient’s
*All coordinated with the health plan policy and coverage*
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