medical bill

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Noun1.medical bill - statement of charges for medical servicesmedical bill - statement of charges for medical services
invoice, bill, account - an itemized statement of money owed for goods shipped or services rendered; "he paid his bill and left"; "send me an account of what I owe"
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Tenders are invited for Medical Bill Review Services for University Risk Management
adults aged younger than 65 years reported having medical bill problems or medical debt, compared with 34% in 2005.
These services are to be an efficient medical bill re-pricing solution for processing medical bills for patient arrestees (arrestee) requiring treatment from a medical provider outside of the Cook County Health and Hospital System.
eBillPro is an Internet-based electronic medical bill processing system for workers' compensation and automobile bodily injury.
Such and expansion would not do anything for the 30 million or so young and middle aged who have no health insurance and for whom even a $2,000 medical bill could be catastrophic.
Working-age adults incur significantly higher rates of medical bill and debt problems than adults aged 65 and older, with rates highest among the uninsured.
In many cases, this medical debt is due to medical coding errors," said Sunni Patterson, co-founder and owner of Medical Bill & Claim Resolution in Chicago.
Then, facing a six-figure medical bill that was beyond the reach of the Amish help-thy-neighbor tradition, they staked their hopes on the kindness of strangers.
CoPatient's secure web site allows a person to quickly submit their bills and insurance documents, receive a free medical bill audit identifying any savings opportunities, and have an expert medical billing advocate pursue those savings on their behalf.
com)-- With out-of-pocket healthcare costs expected to rise by 11 percent in 2015, and an estimated 80 percent of consumer medical bills entered in error, Dispute, a national medical billing negotiation and advocacy service, launches today to address growing healthcare financing concerns.
residents live in a family that feels the financial burden of health care, and 1 in 10 can't afford to pay medical bills at all, according to a study from the National Center for Health Statistics conducted in spring and summer 2011.

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