You need information on how copays effect primary and secondary insurance If you pay your copay on primary does that off set your copay on secondary and would secondary pay remaining portion of bill?
I don't quite understand your question. Check this link http://www.steveshorr.com/technical_questions.htm#Primary for links to explanations of dual coverage. Have you read the applicable provisions in your policies?
Will a secondary insurance pay a portion or all of a prescription that a primary insurance will only pay part of because they will only pay for a lower dosage?
In most cases a secondary insurance would compensate coverage were the primary insurance does not. Exceptions apply to the prescription drug type and coverage limitations. Read More
Secondary keys are the database keys that hold the physical location of a portion of a record in a database or file. They provide a secondary way of accessing the information. Read More
If an extracapsular cataract extraction was performed, a secondary cataract may develop in the remaining back portion of the capsule. Read More
What is meant by primary and secondary insurance coverage and what portion of a claim is generalyy paid by each plan?
just read the medical manager and u will find the answer! Read More
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Prepaid insurance is that amount which is paid in advance for future insurance so until actual insurance facility is availed by company it is an asset of company and if it is for short term or will be availed in current fiscal year then it is current asset otherwise a fixed asset, if some portion is usable in current fiscal year then only that portion will be current asset and remaining will be fixed asset. Read More
If damages were paid by another's insurance co can I submit later and collect from my insurance co for same damages?
Only for the unpaid portion of the first insurance policy. For example, if the first policy covers 80% following a $500 deductable, you can file for the remaining 20% and the deductable on your insurance policy. Read More
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Kaiser insurance will be primary and pay the first portion of the bill, then any remaining outstanding balance will be sent through Medicare. Medicare will then apply it's portion of coverage (typically this should pay the entire bill) if there is still a remaining balance, this will be sent to the patient for collecting. Read More
Health Insurance claims are bills for health care services. Generally your doctor will have a medical billing specialist that taken down your insurance information. He or she will them bill or charge your insurance company for the portion they are responsible for. Read More
NO,, GAP Insurance is supposed to pay the difference between what your Auto Policy paid and any remaining portion of your loss after the Auto Insurance Policy has paid it's maximum. If No Auto Insurance Policy is in Place providing comprehensive and collision coverage then your GAP Policy is Null and Void. GAP coverage only pays in conjunction with your Auto Insurance Policy. No Auto Insurance! No Gap Payment Read More
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I understand when Medicare is primary and when Medicare is secondary. What is the difference in coverage between a Medicare Supplement and Medicare as a secondary insurer?
If you have a Medicare Supplement then the provider will bill Original Medicare first. At that time Medicare will pay the allowable amount and then return an explanation of benefits stating the beneficiary's portion. Based on the Medicare Supplement Plan that is in place (A-N) the Medicare Supplement will pay a portion or all of the remaining amount due. If they pay only a portion based on the plan (A-N), then according the plan guidelines… Read More
Yes, it can be and no it may not be. You did not give enough information for a determination. Usually, the primary carrier pays their maximum, then the secondary carrier pays some or all of the portion of the procedure that is left BUT not more than the claim itself or more than they would have paid if their contract was primary. Here are some reasons why it could be legitimate to deny your claim… Read More
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You could have two insurance companies pay the same medical bill or claim for a date of service through a process of subrogation where the first insurance company determined by the effective date of coverage will pay their portion of the bill and the second insurance company will pay the balance. This process is called coordination of benefits. Secondary medical insurance is a second level of insurance coverage. Under most circumstances, the two policies are… Read More
If my insurance company deducts my deductible from a homeowners claim do i still pay the deductible?
Yes. The insurance company will pay their portion of the claim which does not include the deductible because that is your portion . Read More
More information is needed to answer. The company's portion of your premiums should have been paid directly to the medical insurance provider (under normal circumstances) - why are they asking YOU to repay anything? Read More
Auscultation is the portion of the physical examination that provides information by hearing. Read More
If you have caused an accident which type of automobile insurance would cover damage to your own car?
The collision portion of your Auto Insurance Policy would pay for damages to your own auto when you are the at fault party. The liability portion of your auto insurance pays for damages you cause to another party Insurance Plus Read More
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Some might say...symantics. But as a supplemental insurance agent, what it means to me is: Secondary = a policy that typically pays the provider's remaining medical bills that a primary insurance policy did not pay. Sometimes a secondary policy will pay 100% of the leftover medical bills and sometimes it will only pay for the coinsurance portion and not the deductible (for example). This happens often when a husband & wife both take their employer's… Read More
What type of insurance covers a water main break upstairs that floods the downstairs portion of a house?
homeowners insurance Read More
The judge has found SOME portion of the charge(s) improper or not comporting with law and has dismissed ONLY THAT portion of the original charge(s). The remaining portion of the case is (presumably) still viable and will go forward without the portion that was dismissed. Read More
An operation where a portion of the lower stomach (pylorus) is removed. The remaining portion of the stomach is then connected to the duodenum (first part of the small intestine). Read More
When you have a deductible in your plan, before your insurance starts paying for the coverage, you have to meet the deductible after which the insurance starts paying its portion. Read More
How should I handle liability insurance given that I pay local handymen to fix roof leaks and they don't have insurance?
I'm assuming you have homeowners insurance. You should contact your agent or the policy services dept. of your insuring company and discuss this with them, there may not be coverage under your liability portion of your homeowners policy to cover him, and you may want to add an endorsement. Your state insurance department is your best resource for insurance-related questions and concerns. Find information on insurance companies and agents, rate quotes and comparisons, insurance buying… Read More
What is the term for the portion of the price that must be paid before the remaining balance can be financed on credit?
Down Payment. Read More
Employers normally require employees to pay a large portion of the cost of the life insurance benefit. Read More
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Calcium is absorbed by the jejenum, the secondary portion of the small intestine. Read More
Yes, you can use the life insurance benefits whichever way you see fit. Read More
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If you are self-employed you likely will be able to claim your travel insurance as a deduction. If you are not self-employed a portion of the travel insurance may be tax deductible. Read More
Generally, term life insurance does not return interest on your premiums paid. Term life insurance is temporary life insurance for a specific number of years. Usually term life insurance is available for 1-30 years. Term life insurance does not build cash value within the policy. It is "Pure Protection" with no investment portion to the policy. There are Return Premium Term Life Insurance Policies which may return a portion of your premiums if you outlive… Read More
Yes. If you prepaid for your policy, your insurance company will refund any unused portion. Read More
Short Term Disability Insurance replaces a portion of your income should you become sick or injured and unable to work. Read More
Yes, if you cancel your home insurance policy mid term you would be entitled to the unearned portion of your premium payments. Read More
That would be under a collision insurance. The property damage portion would pay for the mailbox. Read More
I don't know without more information, there are numerous reasons that they would/could deny them. The insurance company must in writing explain why they have denied any claim, or portion of the claim. If you would like to give me more details regarding the facts of loss I could be of more assistance to you and perhaps 'see' the reason from that information.......sorry, and good luck.........let me know if I can help. To answer the… Read More
It is the remaining portion of the ancient Jewish Temple. Over a million people visit each year. Read More
You can have infection set in the remaining portion of the product of abortion. This is sort of the problematic infection. It is called as septic abortion. Read More
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You can view club insurance annual reports from the insurance company official websites. AXA Insurance Company for example posts annual reports under the Investor Relations portion of its website. Read More
Disability insurance by definition is a policy that replaces a portion of your income should you become unable to work due to illness or injury. The two are the same. Read More
Probably only if you have full coverage. Otherwise the Insurance company will deny you. Read More
You billed an insurance code d8090 for invisalign they paid a portion of it do you need to rebill them for the rest of the balance with a different code or will they automatically send payments?
Depends on insurance. Read More
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. Read More
Bonds payable is classified as liability in balance sheet. That portion which is payable in current fiscal year as current liability while remaining portion as non-current liability. Read More
Indexed universal life insurance policies are similar to traditional universal life insurance in most ways. Traditionally a client is given the option to have a fixed rate or a variable rate for the entire policy with no cap on potential gains. While an Indexed policy gives the client the option to have a percentage at a fixed rate and the remaining portion in specific investments. With this hybrid style, there is less management resulting in… Read More