Yes, subject to the limits in their policy. No. With most insurance policies, there is what is called a timely filing limitation. For my company; contracted providers have 6 months, and non-contracted providers have 12 months to submit the claim. If your primary insurance received the claim within timely filing, you may have the option of submitting the claim to your secondary with proof that it was filed in a timely manner. If that doesn't work you can always appeal the decision with the secondary or for that matter the primary insurance company. Policy holders are not responsible for claims that deny for timely filing.
Yes, if the secondary insurance plan covers it In the pharmacy (drugs) world of primary and secondary coverage, this is true.
Some will. Check with the secondary insurer.
Yes, you can. The other insurance would be primary though and the Medicaid secondary.
The secondary insurance cover both pays and co-pays of the primary insurance depending with the insurance company.
Primary insurance coverage is what is first used when a medical service is being rendered. This is what will be billed first. Secondary insurance is supposed to cover what the primary insurance does not.
== == If secondary insurance denies coverage, YOU get to pay the bill. == ==
What is the question
Primary and Secondary
primary and secondary
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 plan.