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Medical insurance is an insurance against loss by bodily injury or illness. It covers doctor’s fee, hospital fee, medicine and other medical expenses. It may be purchased individually or on a group basis. It may also be provided universally by the government.
This cannot be answered as posed. The fact that a person who hurt  another has a perdonality disorder has nothing to do with the cost  of treatment of the person hut. The cost of treatment depends upon  the nature and extent of the injuries, the physical condition of  the injured party, that...
Section 1861(ll)(3)of the Social Security Act (the Act) defines  "audiology services" as such hearing and balance assessment  services furnished by a qualified audiologist as the audiologist is  legally authorized to perform under State law (or the State  regulatory mechanism provided by State...
You are saying without justification, but their justification is  the ever increasing cost of medical care. This is where you need to  start your fight. Write your Legislature Representatives and voice  your complaints to them because they represent many whereas you  only represent one. You...
No unless you specifically guarantee payment.
Medicare is for old people and medicaod is for low income people.
It depends on your specific policy. In order to find out if your policy covers an injury caused by a guest, please contact the company that your policy is with.
The codes are standardized through the industry. The difference you  see is probably because the codes designate the procedure that was  done. An office visit by a Family Doctor will have a different code  than an exam done by an Emergency Room Physician. The capabilities  of the person doing...
Both of you policies will spell out this in the "Co-ordination of  Benefits" clause. Most likely the oldest plan will be primary but  some go by the birthday of the person insured under the policy. If  the retirement benefit coverage is from your spouses policy and the  current employer is in...
I wish I knew, it's communism in action. This is strictly meant  to make as many people as possible more and more dependent on the  Government. For the past few years we have been restricted by  Federal Law from writing health insurance for a child. This has  always been a normal part of...
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 DPPO plans means you don't need a primary care physician. You can  go to any health care professional you want without a  referral-inside or outside of your network. It give you  flexibility.   Staying inside your network means smaller copays and full coverage.  If you choose to go outside...
No. Medicare might provide payment for the first 20 days and part  of the next 80 days of care in a nursing home, which usually  results in a contribution by you of about $151 per day for the 80  days in central New York.
The licenses are regulated by the state where you live and any  states where you desire to work under the license. A life insurance  sales license will have nothing to do with a license to be an  appraiser. They are probably controlled by to difference agencies  if you are talking about a...
As long as the policy you have covers the condition or medicalservices you are receiving, yes it will cover these expenses. Youbest bet is to call your insurance company before hand and clearthe expenses with them first then they can answer this for you andtell you of any stipulations such as...
Sure if you had been treated or had symptoms of arthritis before  taking out whatever you are talking about then it would be a  pre-existing condition. Anything that existed before is a  pre-existing condition.
They can stop including your dependents whenever you desire if they  are no longer living with you or are covered elsewhere. If you mean  how long can you keep them covered, the answer is up to 26 years  old if you desire such.
Most accidents that you can think of can probably occur around the  home. Someone can fall, cut themselves, swallow some poisons or  damaging items. and far more. Falls would be one of the most common  injury producing occurrences.
If you itemize on your tax return then yes you can file expenses on  your tax return. You can only list the amount that you pay out of  pocket after reimbursement from insurance companies. Also, you must  exceed the threshold of 10% if you are under 65 and 7.5% if you are  65 or older.
MET stands for Multiple Employer Trust. This is a method of  combining many different employers into a group so that the risk of  claims is much less as a group than individually. This is done so  if you have an employer group of say 15 employees, and one person  gets some type of cancer, the...
There are some supplemental insurances that will cover incidents that come up. You use the money as you see fit. Usually though, you are really saving money by taking an insurance that has a higher deductible/copay since the premiums are lower. We are so used to an all-encompassing insurance plan,...
Yes, if one of the domestic partners works for the state or for an employee who has voluntarily opted to provide domestic partner coverage. Keep in mind that no new domestic partnerships may be formed in New Jersey after February 19, 2007, since Civil Unions are now legal.
If you are qualified for Medicare, the fact that you have a work  related injury will not prevent you from acquiring Medicare  coverage. Worker's Compensation will only pay for expenses in  treating your injury that you acquired at work. Everything else  will have to be covered elsewhere.
It all depends if there are any of the procedures you need that are included in your policy. If they are not covered, then you pay for all of the surgery. However, if you do have a Health Savings Account (HSA), that money could possibly be used for that purpose.
Major Medical insurance covers medical expenses that are medically  necessary. I suggest that you contact and independent agent so they  can get you quotes from several different companies.
As long as it is being prescribed as it is approved for then yes it  should be covered.
You do not determine which of your insurance policies are primary  in cases where you have multiple health insurance policies. The  Federal government passed a law several years ago making Medicare  secondary to any other health insurance that you have through an  employer or retirement program....
You state that the renter's have insurance. Their policy should be  an HO-4 policy which is for people who rent and home covering their  contents and liability. They own the dog and they will be  responsible for the damage done by their dog. I hope your child is  alright.
You cannot decide which insurance is primary and which is  secondary. Their is nothing you can do to determine this. Within  each policy it specifies when each policy is primary or secondary.  With Medicare, it is always going to be secondary to insurance  provided by an employer or retirement...
Health insurance will not pay for this type of procedure. The  procedure is elective and therefore it will not be covered by  health insurance. I know some people who have had it and they  always had to pay for it themselves.
  Normally, the Human Resources Department or Benefits Department at your job will have all the contact information you need. If you have an insurance card from your group heath insurance company, the claims address is usually found on the back of the card, along with a toll free phone number to...
No. Health insurance considers this to be elective procedures and  they will not cover this procedure. Sorry.
Terrific question! The real question isn't so much the cameras though -- which are probably legal -- but the steps taken to (a) secure the footage so the patients privacy rights aren't violated, (b) and the patients access to the recordings, which should be accorded under the law.Bear in mind that...
(HMO) Health Maintenance Organization - A health care payment and delivery system involving networks of doctors and healthcare institutions. It offers consumers a comprehensive range of benefits at one annual fee (often with co- payments or deductibles that vary from service to service) but they can...
I dont think its a CPT code I believe its a ICD-9-Cm Diagnosis Code. 272.4 stands for Other and unspecified hyperlipidemia.
what you should do is if you aren't near your car you should stay  off that foot and go to the doctor. Other then that stay off the  foot and wrap it with like sports wrapping. I had to once.
Medicaid is intended to cover all medically necessary services for indigent persons, so no supplemental insurance should be necessary. For Medicare, supplemental insurance will be necessary.
Who all? Please explain your question so that I can be of  assistance to you.
No. But it always depends on their medical records.
Why do you care as long as your daughter has coverage? Are you  wanting to pay for her to have insurance? Tell the Judge. How dare  she.
You need to be put on the front line right quick.
  It is exactly what it says. The EMPLOYER provides health insuance coverage if you desire to avail yourself of it. The employer MAY cover all of the cost, some of the cost or none of the cost. But, because you are part of a group insurance plan, the cost will generally be less than finding a...
Sure you can. But why would you want to purchase coverage if you  already have coverage on your wife's plan? You might want to  research now and then wait to buy until after her coverage comes up  for renewal.
Good luck proving that a tummy tuck is medically necessary. I can't  see it, but good luck.
Absolutely, unless you are independently wealthy and don't care if  your vehicle is a total loss every once in a while. Uninsured  motorist fees are very nominal compared to the alternative.
Chris Candido was born on March 21, 1972 and died on April 28, 2005. Chris Candido would have been 33 years old at the time of death or 43 years old today.
According to the person I just spoke with on the phone, they will cover it, but you must be 60 years old or older.
The code for Cicatrix Contracted/Contracture is 709.2 BUT look it up under Cicatrix to find subterm of area/location also will need to look up late effects for burn code for location or just burn is 906.9
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They recently started providing health insurance through Century  Healthcare. You should check with your local Chick-fil-A store or  talk to the owner to see what they have as far as with the plans  and benefits. The plans are horrible. It only pays $100 towards an  ER visit. It only pays $500...
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Medicaid is a State-run program for indigent persons who meet certain other factors of eligibility; it is not based on employment. You might be thinking of Medicare, which does require an employment history (by either the beneficiary or the beneficiary's spouse).
In most of the cases the patient cant be refused medical records. But you can refuse to provide the medical records to the patients if they are not mentally strong or not able to understand. But in such conditions you must provide the medical records to the guardian of the patient. Some times when...
An attending doctor is one that has completed residency and  practices medicine in a clinic or hospital. They will practice a  specific specialty that was learned in residency.
The cost of health care unfortunately is not as subject to market forces as are other goods and services. The reason for that is most people do not pay for their health care. Insurance companies negotiate rates based on what the provider charges in the area for similar services. Usually the rate...
yes lots of people - I know that I am definitely worried about a National Health Care plan. If over time national health care grows larger and more dominating, it will make private companies go out of business. With less private companies, there will be less competition for health care companies to...
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Each person is responsible for their own medical expenses. Each  injured person can bring suit against the person who is at fault  even though they did not have insurance. They are still the  responsible party whether or not they had insurance. Good Luck  though.
Scabies is a skin infection that is contagious. It is mostly seen  in children. It is not on the increase or decrease in 2014. At  least 1.5 percent of the population have this skin condition.
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  == Answer ==   the internet. Or call centers for medicare and medicaid services. Or even call the big insurance companies, blue cross blue shield, univera, cigna, aetna,I think rmsco is in upstate.
909.5 Late effect of adverse effect of drug, medical or biological substance.
No - the surviving spouse is not liable for the deceased person's bills !
ICD-9-CM diagnosis code 599.0 = Urinary tract infection (UTI)
If health care is run by the government it will be able to provide health care to all. People will not be denied under "pre-existing condition" nonsense. Medical bankruptcies, which do not exist in European countries, will cease to happen. The only danger is the private sector involvement with its...
  == Answer ==   See if you qualify for assistance or wrtie a big check!
Medicaid is termed that payer of last resort
If/when your spouse is 65, s/he will probably qualify for Medicare as your spouse. At that time, her/his private insurance will probably insist that s/he apply for Medicare.
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must be home bound, under a doctors care and there must be a need for skilled care intermittent
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Read the policy. If you cannot figure it out, call the local medicaid office and ask.
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right patient, right time, right medication, right dosage, right route
Usually those letters are at the end of the Medicare claim number. "A" refers to the wage earner on whose record Medicare eligibility is based (versus, e.g., the wage earner's spouse).
This is already stated in the court proceedings. You can contact  your lawyer as well.
Medicare eligibility is not affected by one's assets; however, Medicare will not pay for indefinite nursing care. Medicaid will pay for such care after one has "spent down" one's income and assets.
  Each stone has 14 pounds. 14 x 11 = 154 11 Stone is 154 Pounds
No, but when you marry, Medicaid will look at you and your spouse's income/assets.
Many of them now don't cover routine circumcision, but most will cover it to correct a problem. There enough debate about its benefits to let insurance companies classify circ'ing as not necessary. For adult men, if it's just to look better, it's cosmetic and very rarely covered. For infants, most...
  Unfortunately, health coverage is usually expensive. I don't have any recommendations about individual insurance providers, but do have one suggestion: look into your local college/university to see what they offer as subsidized plans for students, and how many credits per semester you'd need...
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  == Answer ==   Yes. What you probably mean to ask is - can you get paid in full from both policies? Generally no. You would have to look at the Co-Ordination of Benefits clause. Click here for more details http://www.steveshorr.com/law_relating_to_insurance.htm#Primary
  The estate of the patient is responsible for the bill. In the absence of payment by the estate, most states allow the bill to be passed to a current spouse or nearest relative.   If it wasn't the ambulance's fault the patient passed at the hospital, don't you think they deserve the payment?...
  == Answer ==   Talk to the human resources department at your company. They will probably tell you that you can't add her unless it's the open enrollment period (which is usually for a month in the fall) or perhaps if a major life event has occurred, such as she lost her job.