Doubtful. And if true, I’d appeal.
Gonna assume she meant the provider billed the insurance company $33.88. The insurance company has a negotiated rate with the provider that pays 100% of CMS (the $16.94). Then the insurance company paid the $16.94 to the provider. $0 came out of pocket.
I guess in fencing you can get jabbed also
I just registered through MyChart, which knows my insurer, so I’m sure my insurer will be billed.
They had me schedule the second dose 3 weeks after the first, so I assume that means I’m getting Pfizer.
Jealous. I’m not eligible, yet.
Move to a better state!
I’m pretty sure you’re older than me, so you’d already be eligible here.
Yeah, I’m sure I’m older than you, unless you were REALLY old when you graduated school.
No that was the “discount”
Right. I just don’t know why they paid $20 to Sam’s club and less to the health care group.
I have a season ticket package to the Mets. I have had three games before fully vax’d so I needed to get tested.
You can either go 72 hours before game day for full test or 6 hours before game for rapid.
So originally were using CVS drive through, When I filled out the questionnaire honestly, it said I was not eligible for insurance. I changed the answer to have I previously tested positive to “yes”, which is technically true, but probably not what they intended as it was three months ago.
Started using a local walk-in center for a rapid. I told them I wanted the test since someone in my office tested positive, which was also true, I just wasn’t there. Anyway, my wife told the truth that we were going to a ball game. On the e-mail, the listed diagnosis was the same, that we had exposure, I assume for insurance