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Re: T's billing policies--moral?

Posted by Tabitha on February 10, 2005, at 13:33:53

In reply to T's billing policies--moral?, posted by smokeymadison on February 10, 2005, at 12:38:46

I see a private practice T and pdoc, and what I've found is that if they are an official provider for an insurance plan, they do the billing themselves. If they're not a provider, they give me a receipt and I have to bill insurance after paying them up-front. Both my T and pdoc dropped out of insurance plans b/c the amount of paperwork and hassle for them was too great. They had to keep writing reports justifying the treatment and documenting progress. The only motivation for a T to be an insurance provider is to get more business. Once their practice is going, there's no motivation for them to put up with the extra hassle of doing the insurance billing.




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