Medical Insurance Claims - Personal Medical Records Organizer
- A medical insurance claim is filed on your behalf every time you receive medical services so the company knows whom to pay.
- Your insurance company will send you a report about the claim. This report may also be called an Explanation of Benefits or a Summary Notice.
- These claim reports are a sequential record of your care that have been printed and documented by your insurance company.
- The date and name of the services you received
- The name of the doctor or facility that provided the services
- How much the doctor or facility charged for those services and how much the insurance company will pay in benefits
- How much you will have to pay (your co-pay)
- If your insurance company will not pay on the claim, the claim report will give you the reason why it will not pay
- Keep your insurance cards in the Zipper Pouch
- Keep your cards in My Business Cards section
- Photocopy your insurance cards on My Identification Cards page in the My Documents section of the book, or
- Rewrite your card information in the Admitting Information section
My Doctor Book: A Personal Medical Records Organizer® also allows you to keep an abbreviated version of your plan benefits along with a list of contracted Doctors, Hospitals, Pharmacies, and Labs:
- Your Doctor may need to know who is on your insurance company's list when he/she refers you to specialists.
- The office manager needs to know which lab your insurance company pays, so the lab orders will be written on the correct form.
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