Hello! If a patient has dual insurance. And both insurances pay 80% for crown. If primary fee is $680 and secondary fee is $757. How would it be calculate. And does the patient need to pay any portion?

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  • Hello! If a patient has dual insurance. And both insurances pay 80% for crown. If primary fee is $680 and secondary fee is $757. How would it be calculate. And does the patient need to pay any portion?

Hello! If a patient has dual insurance. And both insurances pay 80% for crown. If primary fee is $680 and secondary fee is $757. How would it be calculate. And does the patient need to pay any portion?

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Asked on September 3, 2016
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You may not collect more than the UCR fee for the service provided. If both primary and secondary paid the write off would come from the primary payer.

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