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In this article, learn that medical billing can be overwhelming and daunting. But if you become familiar with some important language that impacts your bill, it can ensure you can catch any issues that may present on your medical bills.
This article explains that once you utilize the benefits outlined in your health insurance plan, it's a good idea to brush up on some of the common terms. Here you'll find a list of some concepts that are important to know.
This article discusses the importance of learning about your health insurance plan and communication with health insurance providers isn’t always a breeze. All coverage terms vary depending on your out-of-pocket costs, which is why it’s really important to get to know your plan. There are several ways they can differ including annual deductible amounts, co-pays, and prescription amounts.
This article explains that EOB formatting will vary from insurance company; however all EOBs should contain the following information. Each section of this sample EOB corresponds to the following explanations. Enrollee Name and Policy Number: Identifies the policyholder.
This 2 minute video discusses key vocabulary related to your insurance plan. Words discussed in this video include Provider, Primary Care Provider, Specialist, Network, Out-Of-Network, Deductible, Co-Insurance, and Co-Payment.