Q. Why do I have to give you information about other insurance if
I have Medicare coverage? Insurance FAQ's
A. Medicare requires us to bill any insurance company that could have
responsibility for your expenses before we bill Medicare. In fact, Medicare
will not allow us to file claims until the other insurer has denied claims.
In certain situations, the hospital must consider the possibility that
another party may be responsible for your expenses before we bill Medicare.
For example, if you were injured in a car accident, at your worksite,
or on someone else's property, it is the hospital's responsibility to
make sure those claims are filed appropriately. Consequently, we need
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Q. Do I have to sign any forms before Covenant can bill Medicare?
A. You will be asked to sign a Consent for Treatment form each
time you receive services. You will also be asked questions each time
you receive services that Medicare requires we ask.
Q. I have health insurance in addition to Medicare coverage. Will you
bill that insurance company also?
A. If you have given us information about your additional
health insurance, we will bill that insurance company after Medicare has
made their payment.
Q. What is a Medicare Explanation of Benefits form?
A. The Explanation of Benefits form is an information document that
Medicare sends to you after it has processed your medical claims. The
Explanation of Benefits form provides you with information about the payment
status of your bill.
Q. What is the difference between Part A and Part B Explanation of Benefits
A. Part A covers inpatient hospitalization and Part B covers outpatient
and physician services.
Q. What should I do with the Explanation of Benefits form?
A. We recommend you keep the Explanation of Benefits forms you receive
from Medicare until all your medical claims have been paid in full. If
you have other health insurance in addition to Medicare coverage, your
insurance company will normally require a copy of the Explanation of Benefits
from you before they will pay any remaining balance on your account.
Q. Should I pay the balance that is listed as "your total responsibility"
on the Explanation of Benefits form?
A. No. This amount could change depending on your individual insurance
coverage. You should wait until you receive a bill from your medical provider
before making payment.
Q. Will I have to pay any money for my hospital visits?
A. As a Medicare patient, you will only be responsible for
non-covered charges, co-pays and deductible amounts. These amounts
may vary depending on your Medicare coverage. We do not know what
your payment may be until we receive the notification from Medicare.
Once Medicare lets us know your responsibility, we will bill your
other health insurance company (if you have coverage) for the balance.
If you do not have other health insurance, you will be billed for