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Answered 2014-12-19 03:03:20

The Insured Person will receive an EOB (Explanation of Benefits) from the insurance company which explains the payment by the insurance company, the allowed charge based on contract rates with the provider, and the remaining amount if any that is due from the patient to the provider.

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