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Clinics That Accept Amerigroup Insurance In 21224 Area Code
I want to get on birth control but i need a ob that takes my medicaid. Do you take amerigroup? And im stuck on which birth control to get on
I notice that different doctors take different insurances. Does the doctor, if he/she in his/her own clinic typically decide what insurance to accept?
Yes: The doctor (or medical group, or foundation) who owns the clinic gets to decide which insurance companies to be in-network with. Patients with other insurance coverage can usually still use their "out-of-network" benefits. Always try to buy better insurance (get PPO, but not HMO) so you will have out-of-network benefits, and so the doctor will have more time to visit with you. ...Read more
I have no insurance and going to the free clinic only helps so much.I dont feel i am on the right meds to help me?
Meds right 4 U: It's very important to understand why the doctor is prescribing your meds and if there are other alternatives that might fit your needs better. No matter what you have the right to get the answers regarding these medications. Take in a list of 4-5 questions on your next clinic visit and don't be shy about expressing your concern for answers. ...Read more
It depends...: If you would like the clinician to submit the claim (bill for the visit) to your insurance company, you need to bring your card along. You may pay cash and ask for a "super bill" to submit to insurance yourself. You may also ask for a "cash price" for your visit. Usually, payment will be requested at the time if your service unless you present a valid insurance card. ...Read more
I have no insurance & my primary dr is 2 hrs away. Could i get my prescriptions refilled at a minute clinic or health clinic
If i bring my bottles?
Yes: If you bring a recent Rx bottle, clearly marked, and you have a legitimate need for the medication you may, at the discretion of the provider,get a partial or complete refill, especially if there are refills allowed, as marked on the bottle and you don't do it all the time. It may get a bit salty if it's a controlled substance like Vicodin or Valium,etc. Best to arrange refill timing with your doc ...Read more
Is a billing code of 710.0 for the insurance a firm diagnosis or could it be used to justify an ANA panel ? Thanks !
Are there any free health clinics in ca for those who don't have health insurance and don't qualify for free health care?
Yes there are.: Check this website: http://www.Needymeds.Org/free_clinics.Taf?_function=list;state=ca check this: http://www.Freemedicalsearch.Org/sta/california. ...Read more
Anyone heard or part of "best doctors" (insurance) program? Like a mayo clinic you never have to go to! just discovered and so desperate for help!
advertisement!: Mayo is a lot of advertisement. I will give away a secret: the "best" doctors are still in manhattan. Sorry to give this advice away. ...Read more
Where can I get an endoscopy and how much would it cost? I do not have health insurance. What kind of clinics provides this kind of service and how much would it cost?
You need: To see either a gastroenterologist or colon and rectal surgeon, who will perform the test. As to cost you may be able to negotiate a reduced fee or a payment plan with the doctor and the facility where it is performed. Sometime a county hospital system if available may be able to help defray the cost. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer