Negotiated Fee Rate
is the amount of payment that an Insurance Company has negotiated with the Participating Provider as the maximum they can charge both the Insurance Company and YOU!
It’s the secret number the insurance company and the provider have worked into their contract. The industry often calls that number the “adjusted rate” or the “negotiated rate.” NPR.org
More explanation calhealth.net– Can MD’s charge more? Uninsured?
How do I know that the amount I’m being billed is the correct amount?
Once your insurance carrier pays their portion of the bill, they will send you an explanation of benefits (EOB) to show how the claim was paid. You can compare your EOB to the statement sent by the hospital. How the carrier paid the claim is based on their contract with us and their contract with you. If you feel the insurance company should have paid a higher amount, please contact them directly for resolution.
Learn More ===> Scripts.org Patient Billing FAQ’s
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