If your health insurance has maxed and is no longer paying but you are still paying premiums to stay covered should you receive insurance-covered rates at the medical facility?

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I would say YES. It seems similar to me, that it's the same question as, what if the insurance isn't paying because it's below the deductible? I know for a fact there that you get the Insurance Negotiated rate.
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