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Your Personal Cost of Health Care

Welcome to a new monthly feature of our blog, Your Personal Cost of Health Care. With monthly posts, we will take you on a trip over time to help you become familiar and knowledgeable about the processes that impact your out-of-pocket cost for the health care you receive. We will provide on-going information to help you to learn how to “read the map” in getting your health care claims paid.

Upcoming articles may include:

  • Information you will need when you are pre-registering for an upcoming appointment
  • What is a prior authorization?
  • How to get your prior authorization before it’s too late
  • How to deal with a denial from your insurance company
  • Do you know the facts on denial insurance claims?
    o  Check out “Fundmastery Blog” – http://www.fundmasteryblog.com/2009/10/07/denied-medical-insurance-claims/
  • What is a EOB (Explanation of Benefits)?
  • How to understand your AHS Statement

If you have any questions or topics you’d like us to discuss, comment and let us know, we’d be happy to answer! I hope you look forward to taking the financial journey with us!

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