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... Thanks River for your sudden response.It clears all my doubt about primary and secondary insurance (2 replies)
... Primary insurance gets billed first. It takes the bulk of the claim. ... (2 replies)
... What is exact meaning of Primary and Secondary Insurance. ... (2 replies)

... My son has Down Syndrome and is 6 weeks old. Both my wife and I work at a hospital and have insurance through the hospital. My son was added to our plan at birth. ... (3 replies)
... My primary insurance is my auto insurance as my bills are related to an auto accident. The doctors got all the necesarry approvals. ... (0 replies)
... lly with a PPO, you have a larger network or providers to choose from and services do not have to be referred by a doctor. HMO usually requires that you select a primary care physician and all your services be referred by that provider. The network is not as big, but the cost is usually lower. ... (3 replies)
... If you have both coverages then one would be primary. Often Medicare defers to the health insurance plan such as the Principal as the primary coverage. ... (1 replies)
... The Hospital owns the Insurance Company not the other way around. I went to the Out of Network Surgeon for a consult. His office scheduled surgery for me. ... (9 replies)
... If the coverage is through your employer you cannot choose which will be primary, yours will automatically be primary since you are the employee. ... (4 replies)
... I wondered during the first few months, do I have to use my insurance as primary. ... (4 replies)
... Are you paying for your insurance thru your job? ... (4 replies)
... Hi all. That sounds like a stupid question, but I actually have one, related to this. I have always used my husbands insurance and its EXCELLENT. My docs all know where to bill, etc. I have a chronic condition and have some expensive medical docs and prescriptions. ... (4 replies)
... Okay so I am hoping that someone receiving medicare insurance and also has retiree insurance from his or her previous employer responds to this question....i am due to start receiving medicare in a few months. ... (1 replies)
... I would advise you not to drop Medicare. You can have a secondary insurance, it is allowed, and most doctor's and hospital's welcome it. All you need to do is make sure which one will be your primary insurance carrier. ... (64 replies)
... existing condition. I sent the bill to my "secondary" insurance hoping they would cover it. Since then i have had the run around from the insurance companies and the doctors office. The secondary insurance company wont pay because they claim the doctor is an Out of Network doctor. Funny thing is he is not.. ... (3 replies)
... thank you for your reply. It doesnt quite seem fair, since my husband has the MUCH lower deductible, lower copays, etc; however, since divorce is imminent, I figure I need to join now, while its open enrollment. Thank you for your explanation- nikki (4 replies)
... Medicare isn't always primary. It depends on the size of your husband's company. If there are more than 20 employees, then Medicare is secondary. If there are less than 20, Medicare is primary. I agree with mudhound. Take Medicare - Both parts A & B when you first become eligible. Otherwise, it will cost you more money if you wait to enroll. (5 replies)
... to be primary and you insurance secondary or both insurance companies will kick the bills back and nobody will pay. ... (5 replies)
... I am eligable for Medicare for disability in June. I also have insurance through my hubbys work. Insurance will be primary and medicare will be secondary. ... (5 replies)
... My parents always had medicare as primary and blue cross blue shield as a secondary coverage. ... (1 replies)


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