I have no insurance now, but I've been in an outpatient clinic and my local emergency room . I paid cash and was treated . If I apply for health insurance, and insurance to a search of medical records, how do you know even went to the doctor? Remember, do not file a claim, you paid cash for this. How an insurance company even find this?
Do U.S. insurance companies have access to medical records compiled in other countries?
Can a subscriber of a health insurance company to have full access to my medical records?
I'm 18 years old.
I am a recovering alcoholic. I suppose my medical records will reveal that I was in a hospital 9 years ago. At the time I was not an alcoholic but my family thought I was. No DUI's and perfect health now.
If you do not have a MIB file how can a health insurance company access beyond your medical records ?
Is there anything I can do if I want to keep some records private ? Or do you have full access to any medical claims that I made with my health insurance company , Aetna ?
I'm the beneficiary of my domestic partner's life insurance/accidental death benefit. My boyfriend died in an accident. The insurance company won't pay out with the medical records, which I don't have authorization to sign for. What can I do to recover benefits?
Do insurance companies collect information about you from collection agencies because of unpaid medical bills ? What are all the ways insurance companies to get your medical records , except for MIB and reveal them ?
My doctor told me it is better to have STI and HIV testing in GUM clinic rather than doctors because insurance companies can see what youve had tested ? Is this true ? I've never heard this before.
Hello , I'm about to apply for my provisional license and start driving classes , assuming that the classes go , buy a car and stuff. Can insurance companies check medical records and charge more for it ? I was diagnosed with mild Asperger syndrome ( *** - burgers = D ) and I have an appointment to get a new diagnosed as I think I have . Could you check my past and still make me pay more for car insurance ?
I've heard that insurance claims can be denied based on conflicting or misreported medical records. Let's say I take out a life insurance policy, and don't report a specialist who I saw out of my network prior to the event. Would the insurance company be able to deny the claim for that? How would they find out?