doctor's bill


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statement of charges for medical services

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And Collins' doctor's bill is already into six figures.
The employee is better off charging a $50 doctor's bill to the insurance company, even if the insurer spends $20 to process it, and having the employer pay the extra $70 in a higher premium.
Because of this place I can provide Justin with the care and treatment that he needs, without stressing about the doctor's bill.
My grandfather used to tell me when my grandmother died in 1941, he was paying her doctor's bill for several years afterwards.
I also have social security, which pays for my maternity leave, but I cannot pay the doctor's bill.
He said Harry's dad, Simon, and his wife, complained to the hotel about the accident, but it took four days before they accepted liability and agreed to a refund for the pounds 50 doctor's bill.
That can leave patients wondering why they spent hours in the waiting room and had to pay the doctor's bill.
Our parents had separated and although my father was a very wealthy man, he refused to pay the doctor's bill.
14 /PRNewswire/ -- Germs are everywhere, and especially dangerous when a doctor's bill could blow up your budget.
Two months later, Diane and her husband were surprised to receive a doctor's bill for a $45 co-pay for the physical.
But Matt Phillips, of Save the Children, said: "It's positive, but the fact there have not been steps backward will be cold comfort for the 800 families in Africa who lost a child today because they couldn't afford a doctor's bill.
We are not talking about a doctor's bill for a running nose; we are talking about a hospital bill that has been marked up 500 percent.
Insurers typically communicate that patients are responsible for paying part or all of a given doctor's bill weeks or even months after the doctor saw the patient.
It added that the doctor's bill was withdrawn once the situation became clear.