I hope you’re having a great day. Uh, you know, one of my recent clients had hip replacement and there was pre-authorization for the hip replacement and it was supposed to be covered, but due to incorrect procedure codes, the bill for $85,000 was denied. The bills were being submitted by an outside billing company […]
Hello everyone. I had a recent case where this person kept on receiving denied medical bills and they had excessive billing from the providers. To make things even worse, his insurance company changed over the time period when he was having these multiple procedures involving surgery. A couple of the providers were out of network
I hope you’re having enjoying yourselves and all is going well. Well, one of my clients was in an out of network hospital and wound up in a rehab here I was fighting for my client involving the hospital bill, and finally was able to have his insurer cover the entire hospital bill of $52,000.
I had a recent case where a gentleman had $12,000 in mental health outpatient charges. The worst thing was he had no insurance. By us contacting the Department of Social Services, we were able to get Medicaid to pay off all his claims. If you ever need help, please call me Adria, Medwise Insurance Advocacy.
I hope you’re having a great day. I recently overturned a case that was $23,000. This was an awful situation where the woman had been abused by her husband and since they had health insurance under her husband’s policy. For some odd reason the insurance company was not paying it. This case was sent to
I recently handled a claim where they felt the billing was incorrect. The mother gave birth to this little baby boy. She received a bill from a private office, which she never saw this provider while she was in the hospital, the bill was $2,000 and when we were able to prove that the services
I was recently able to help a family who had $35,000 worth of bills. They had a fall, broke their jaw, and believe it or not, this also involved multiple insurers. The insurers kept on denying the claims stating, even though she broke her jaw, it wasn’t necessary for her to have covered charges. Crazy.
I recently worked with a case where the person gave birth and since the provider was outta network, they were billing her only $15,000. I was able to prove by sufficient medical records and a review of the health insurance policy that she should have been covered for this provider, even though they were out
I recently worked with a client who had 15 different providers, and this case was like around 270 to 300 claims. They were denied as out-of-network. She also had limited visits on her physical therapy. It took a tremendous amount of work, but I was able to prove that it was her, that she was
I had a case recently involving three insurance companies. The insured was working as a New York City police, and his wife was covered under his plan it the beginning. The insurance companies would not speak with the other, the other ones, but when we had to go to a higher level, which we did