Thread: $400-outrageous
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Old November 27th, 2012, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Kuki View Post
I may be the only one mis-reading Lakers post, but I don't see where he is saying he paid $400 for the Dr.'s visit.

To me, it reads that the Dr's billing was $400 total; the insurance company paid a portion of that bill (how much was not stated); and LF paid the balance (also not stated).

Am I reading that wrong?

I would also suspect that Doctors don't charge by the length of the appointment, like a taxi meter, but rather by how much time they have alloted for an appointment.

Actually my portion after insurance was $3.22 ,however ,my point is that doctors rip off insurance carriers . The doctor billed with a procedure code that states that the patient was treated for 45 minutes .
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