As healthcare consumers have out-of-pocket expenses related to medical care, they often either (A) need to pay in person at the doctor’s office/hospital or (B) pay an amount that is sent to them in a bill from the doctor’s office/hospital. With the growth of high-deductible health plans and consumer-directed health plans, people are needing to pay an amount other than a predetermined copay—of, say, $25 for example. The amount that the healthcare consumer must pay is the allowed amount—or some portion of the allowed amount—with the remainder of the allowed amount being paid by the insurance coverage. The allowed amount1Read Our Blog
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