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  1. My insurance is making payment to the provider. My provider has also agreed to retract the account from collection. They will update my account to zero patient responsibility once they receive the payment. Any advice on what I should do from this point onward to make sure that I do not legally owe anything to the collection dept.?
  2. The issue is resolved. Escalated the matter to the Benefits dept. my company. Got the company HR to intervene and get the insurance company to reprocess all the claims (at 100% payment). Did not expect so much but will take this good piece of luck!
  3. There was no bill ever sent to us. The account was turned over to collections without sending us a statement (and that's a major source of annoyance because we were in the dark about the denials till the collection agency contacted us!) So we disputed the collection agency's debt claim, not any bill. If the collection agency does not validate the debt with a billing statement from the provider, I'll be left with no proof of anything being ever billed to me. Wonder if I have any good way of obtaining that first before even attempting to settle.
  4. From the EOB, it looked like they needed more paperwork. But the provider did file a number of appeals, I assume with sufficient paperwork. Some claims were also denied for reasons that seemed to indicate that the provider was billing the same services multiple times. I am in the process of retrieving the reasons the insurance co. had for the repeated denials. Since the claims are old, this takes some doing (insurance companies tend to purge documents for cases that are older than a certain limit). On the second point about total v. allowable charges, I believe the provider is charging me t
  5. We are residents of Orlando, FL and need help with medical debt for lab test. In summary - the test was performed in Nov 2012, and the insurer had pre-approved this out-of-network lab as in-network - the insurer and lab went back and forth over the bill and are still going back and forth over the bill, now with my employer’s HR involved - we never received a bill from the lab, despite us updating our address with them and USPS with our new address - On March 17, 2015, we received notice (dated March 10) from a collection agency for a $19K debt that includes $2600 of interest - The lab claims t
  6. We are residents of Orlando, FL and need help with medical debt for lab test. In summary - the test was performed in Nov 2012, and the insurer had pre-approved this out-of-network lab as in-network - the insurer and lab went back and forth over the bill and are still going back and forth over the bill, now with my employer’s HR involved - we never received a bill from the lab, despite us updating our address with them and USPS with our new address - On March 17, 2015, we received notice (dated March 10) from a collection agency for a $19K debt that includes $2600 of interest - The lab claims t