Author Topic: What is the Statute of Limitations for Health Insurance Carriers in FLORIDA?  (Read 1530 times)

medbillgirl

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 :(  Does anyone know:  What is the statute of Limitations for Health Insurance Carriers in the state of Florida?

I have a possible client that has not done Insurance verification on their patients, but have required the patient to pay upfront in full before providing medical services.  It's a substance abuse facility.

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Do you mean for submitting claims?  Or for payments?  Or for overpayment requests?  Not sure what limit you are looking for.
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medbillgirl

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Well, for insurance verification and submitting claims.  Since this facility has neither verified nor submitted claims but has accepted patients to be treated. 

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For submitting claims, it varies by insurance company.  Some are 90 days, Medicare is one year.  Your best be is to file the claims ASAP and start the process.

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