The person who juices or fasts at home generally isn't covered. A juice fast administered as part of another treatment by a doctor or health practitioner might be covered.
There are varicose vein treatment specialists that you can consult. A directory of them can be found at http://www.veindirectory.org/, and they are organized by state. You can also find out if your treatment is covered by insurance.
maybe, it depends on what insurance
I need orthopedic doctor covered my plan of insurance
You can choose any doctor you would like with blue Cross Insurance. As long as the doctor is registered with the BCBS you will be covered.
Gastric bypass surgery is generally covered by insurance when it is deemed medically necessary by a doctor. This basically means that in order for your gastric bypass surgery to be covered by insurance you would have to be very obese (not just overweight).
A doctor has the right to refuse to accept a new patient except on the grounds of discrimination. After under a doctor's care, the doctor must provide care unless the doctor terminates the relationship with sufficient notice "long in advance". However, Under the EMTALA law, a doctor and/or hospital is obligated to get a patient evaluated and stabilized in a medical emergency situation.
This will depend on the kind of health insurance your parents have. Some health insurance may cover pregnancy while others do not. You will need to contact your insurance agent and ask them about your family coverage.You should also have a insurance booklet that states what treatments and doctor visits are covered and what is not covered.
Yes. If you were the person who received the services and signed for them, you are responsible for the debt. Unless you are a minor. If the policy holder signed the papers for medical care they are responsible for any charges not covered by the insurance. It was my children that received the service, not me. Am I still responsible? A parent or legal guardian must give authorization and accept responsibility for the charges resulting from medical treatment provided to their children at the time of that treatment. You probably signed a form (this is sometimes on the "sign-in" sheet itself). Even without your signature, since the recipient of the treatment is your child, your liability is presumed. The name on the insurance policy, its' coverage and the outcome have no bearing on the issue. The insurance company did not receive treatment, your child did. Why would you not want to pay a bill to someone who cared for your child? Medical facilities file insurance claims as a courtesy. They are not obligated to do this and they are certainly not obligated to wait for payment from insurance (regardless of who's name is on the policy) or remain unpaid. They, like any creditor, have the option of filing suit against consumers who owe them money.
you can ask your doctor to write a letter of medical neccesity and even ask for an alternate benefit if one is available for the procedure. However, if it is stated in your benefits handbook that it is not a covered expense, you more than likely are wasting your time and the insurance company will not pay.
In the US and Canada Naturopathic Doctors are licensed in some states/provinces. It some states such as Vermont ND's are primary care physicians, so if you have insurance you are covered.However this is generally only true for visit costs and not necessarily treatments.In other states, like Indiana and Kentucky, insurance covers none of the costs of alternative treatment. However, generally the cost of the visit is lower than the copay for a doctor's visit, and the cost of the treatment (Vitamins, herbs, other alternative treatments) is lower, too, especially if you do not have prescription insurance or a doctor does tests that are not covered by insurance.
The possessive form of the singular noun doctor is doctor's.example: The doctor's fee is covered under your insurance.
That is insurance terminology. It is a portion of a covered claim that the insurance company will not pay and that you have to pay to the doctor or hospital yourself.
Yes, if they are on the provider list. Yes ONLY IF they are obligated to do so under a network agreement. If your insurance company determines that procedure X should not exceed $100 and that is the maximum they will pay one of two things can happen. If the doctor is in the insurance companies network then they are likely obligated to accept that maximum amount and write off the difference. However, if the doctor has no such agreement they will bill you for the difference over and above the insurance reimbursement and you are obligated to pay it. That said, try to negotiate because there may be some room for compromise.
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Yes. You need to take steps to get into treatment sooner if the only holdup is an insurance issue.
Sometimes, but this will vary from plan to plan. You'll need to contact your particular plan for a list of drugs that will be covered for you.
It depends on your insurance provider. Call your insurance company and ask them how many visits they will cover and then see if your chiropractor honors your insurance. If they do not, find a doctor who does honor it.
I would start by asking your general doctor for a recommendation. Since most mental health professionals are covered by health insurance, you should try your health insurance provider's website so that the services are covered and in-network.
Medicare Part B will cover the cancer drug Herceptin.
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You can find a doctor in Phoenix, Arizona through your health network, such as your HMO or PPO. These organizations can provide you doctors who are in your network and thus, covered by your insurance provider.
Typically, after you are injured at work, an employer will send you to the doctor that is covered by their worker's compensation insurance.