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IEHP

Marina Posted Tue 28th of July, 2015 17:06:04 PM

We are not contracted with IEHP or Medi-Cal. Our Dr was on call and treated an IEHP patient in our office. Legally, is ok to bill the patient directly for his services?

SuperCoder Answered Wed 29th of July, 2015 04:06:41 AM

Well, when patient is treated at your office then billing cannot be done for IEHP, because your office is not a group of IEHP. If the office could have been a group or entity of the IEHP, then the billing would have been done for IEHP. But in given scenario billing can be done for your office. Hope it helps!

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