Georgia  |  Health Care Law

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Asked on: 7/18/12, 9:55 am

I went to a sleep center to get help with my apnea, the doctor told me I'd need to get at least one sleep study done. But first, I requested that the Sleep Center first check my coverage, and they did, their financial person told me that It would just cost me my standard co-pay of $35. I had my 2 sleep studies done and I have a bill for $384 for one visit, and $211 for another visit. I spoke with the financial person as this not what I expected, and she states this is what they were told by the insurance company. She gave me a reference number. I called the insurance company. The insurance company (seemed to have) looked up this call and said what they were quoted 80% coverage. Obviously someone made a mistake here, but I wouldn't have gotten these done at this time if I knew about the cost. Who's responsible

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