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Old 10.10.2019, 02:21
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Re: Health insurance deductible based on date of treatment or date of billing?

Hospitals sometimes send the bills directly to the medical insurance. This is safer, for them, and/or their standardised procedure. The insurance company pays them.

If that's what your hospital and insurance company have done, then the insurance company will claim back, from you, the portion which they are not going to cover.

Health deductibles run per calendar year, and the clocks re re-set on 1st January, when the full deductible once again becomes the first slice for that new calendar year.
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