The dentist is work for but do not do billing for on his ortho cases bill the insurance company to maximize the patients benefits then gives a patien a discount so they do not have to pay the whole amount what is left due. Is that type of billing appropriate?

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The dentist is work for but do not do billing for on his ortho cases bill the insurance company to maximize the patients benefits then gives a patien a discount so they do not have to pay the whole amount what is left due. Is that type of billing appropriate?

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Asked on April 21, 2013
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You are only allowed to give a contracutal adjustment on insurance patients; if you are not charging the patient their co-pay or co-insurance amounts this is considered fraud. It is considered highly inappropriate!

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