Does Boston medical take insurance?
Yes! we do!
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Does an insurance company have to take into consideration and pay for future anticipated medical care when settling?
Depending on your state.....I settled not to long ago and they paid the doctor fees accrued at the time and took into account the cost of future medical bills. Remember though…, once you settle you are done, and if your expenses are more then they estimated you will be responsible for paying them.
Insurance is defined as the equitable transfer or risk from one party to another for a pre-determined fee. Medical insurance regards this "risk" as the costs associated with m…odern healthcare. Medical Insurance will indemnify you against costs that you incur from receiving medical treatment.
You just started a new job and have no medical insurance and the medicine that you take is very expensive?
You can check with the different companies to see if they offer temporary insurance. I write applications for BlueCross BlueShield of Florida and we offer temporary coverage t…o folks like yourself everyday. It is sold in 30, 60, 90, and 180 day increments. As far as the prescriptions, our temporary plans come with a discount program. It offers considerable discounts on the costs of prescription drugs.
Can your wife take you off of her medical insurance plan before you are separeted if I am retired with no medical insurance of my own?
Answer . Answer Sir, I can only quote you regarding Canadian Law that says if your wife is paying for your Medical Insurance through her job as a payroll deduction she ca…n take you off anytime she wishes. Under Canadian Laws a wife or husband is not held responsible for the other one's health insurance needs. Hope this was helpful, but if not, perhaps you can contact the Health Insurance Board where you live.. If you choose to buy insurance, then as a general rule, nobody can force you to keep buying the coverage. Yes, you can drop coverage. However, if you are paying for the coverage through IRS Section 125 with pre-tax funds through your employer, then you may (or may not, depending on the circumstances) be able to reverse your decision to reduce your pre-tax earnings.
This is a common plight amongst many citizens in the US. There are various agencies (local and state) that provide limited medical benefits to those who are truly 'needy' or '…homeless'. The other things to do is contact the place where the medical bills have racked up and talk to them about how you might make some form of monthly payments. Might mean giving up things at home like the internet, cable tv, mobile phones and the like, but when bills start piling up, matters must be taken to pay them before we can have the other 'luxuries' of life. One needs to understand that the company the provided the medical items is also in business, and as such also has its own bills to pay, including the salaries of the medical professionals who provided the service. In addition, the medical professionals who provide the medical services have spent many long, hard, expensive years in school in order to be able to provide that medical care. Doctors spend at least 10 - 12 years in school and training, and nurses, med techs, physical therapists, etc., spend as much as 2 - 6 years in school and training to be able to provide their services.
Why? Most often I hear because it's not affordable, my employer doesn't offer it, or I can't qualify with my health so let me just address these first: Not Affordable : I u…nderstand. You may want to consider picking up supplemental insurance so that you have something vs. nothing. With supplemental plans, the benefit dollars are sent to you (unless assigned otherwise) to do with what you deem necessary. Although health insurance is equally as important, if the mortgage/rent and a medical bill is sitting on the table and you only have enough money to pay one of them...which one wins? Some worry that if they don't have health insurance that they won't receive care or the best care if they don't have health insurance. The fact is so many of us today don't have health insurance so I don't think you'll find this to be the case now a days. My employer doesn't offer it : You can obtain individual health insurance policies provided you have decent health and a little money. The best way to shop for them is online. I can't qualify : Again, you may want to consider picking up supplemental insurance like above. You'll find their underwriting process is a bit more forgiving.
Go to Job and Family Services and sign up for Medicaid. Call the hospital and ask if they have a financial aid program. Ask your provider to pay the balance in full with a dis…count due to no insurance.
Answer Possibly, most policies require a student to be full time.
It really depends on the doctor, it seems like a personal call to me. Call them up.
It depends. Life insurance is non-taxable and non-attachable. If the policy is paid directly to beneficiaries not affiliated with the deceased's estate then probably not. Howe…ver, after the proceeds are paid it just becomes money and if those proceeds are part of the estate, then they probably can. It also depends on the laws of the State, so I would check with a lawyer if it was a major concern. MyInsuranceXpert
Providers who are contracted with your insurance (aka participating or "in-network") have to follow the timely filing guidelines of the state they are licensed and provide ser…vices, which is typically 180 days from the date of service. I believe 180 days has been the case since 2002. However, you may be interested to know that if your insurance is through your employer and they are considered a national company the chances are your policy gives providers 12 months to file their claim. The good news for the insured is the state guidelines have precedence over a national policy, consequently, the provider has to get the claim in by 180 days, not 12 months. Be careful though, there are exceptions, therefore the best advice, as was written earlier, is to call the customer service office that handles your insurance.
A common question that concerns a lot of people is whether theyshould go for individual health insurance plans for each of thefamily members or go for a single family floater …plan for theentire family. Under a family floater plan, the entire familyshares a common pool. A family floater plan provides cover to theentire family to the extent of Sum Insured. For Compare : goo.gl/qyE1Dl
It depends. The first question to be answered is whether the medical provider has negotiated a contract with that insurance company. If not, then the secondary is responsible …for 100% of the balance left by the primary--no adjustments allowed. The entire balance must be paid by either the insurance company, the patient, or any combination of the two. It's different if there is a contract in effect with the carrier. Nowadays, many insurance companies process those claims in any one of several ways. They can compute how much they would have allowed (the total of ins resp + pt resp) had they been primary. Having done that, they'll subtract the amount pd by the primary and pay the balance--if there is one. If the primary had paid more than the secondary would have allowed had they been primary, the secondary may not pay anything and the balance left would have to be adjusted off. Sometimes the secondary doesn't consider what the primary paid at all, and both companies will pay as primary..it can make a difference whether the other insurance that is listed as primary is an individual or a group policy; and the same for the secondary. Group plans trump individual plans. When they both pay as primary, and neither insurance has processed the claim incorrectly and the provider has now ended up with a legitimate credit balance on the claim, the provider has 3 choices at that time. They can refund the balance to the insurance plan that created the credit balance; they can send the overpayment amount to the patient; or they can keep the money and deposit into their account.
Can a health insurance take your settlement if there are going to be medical expenses for a lifetime in Connecticut?
Yes. The health insuror's subrogation rights entitle them to 100% reimbursement of all medical expenses. However, unless your attorney is totally incompetent, she will include… the health insuror in the settlement negotiations and fix their payment in the deal.
Some insurance companies require one to take part in a medical examination before being accepted as one of their customers. The majority of the time it is to ensure that one i…s not deathly ill and will become deceased shortly after obtaining insurance.
He shouldn't have to show proof