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windy miller

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secondary billing
« on: March 22, 2010, 10:00:02 PM »
 I'm working on this secondary billing claim from an on-line course and have questions. Here goes. A patient has insurance at her work and also covered with her husband's insurance. She (the patient) paid the bill in full at time of services. Her insurance company was charged $120.00 for the services, insurance did not cover $37.50, the insurance allowed $82.50, the patients deductible was $10.00, coinsurance was $7.25, benefit amount was $65.25.

 EOB deductible summary as follows:

with this payment, total deductible amount for Sally    $100.00
for the year has been settled                               

with this payment, total deductible amount for the      $300.00
Smith family for the year has been met.

Patient Summary:

Total benefit amount for all claims submitted:             $65.25

This claim was paid on behalf of Blue Cross of IA.

 My question is: Do I file a secondary claim or not?
    Thank you for all your help.

     Windy Miller


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Re: secondary billing
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2010, 10:30:01 PM »
why would we answer the question for an online training course? You should email your instructor if you don't comprehend the problem. If you ask a question about something you don't understand I would be happy to help you, but to just give you an answer does you no justice.