In January of this year, I had lab work performed as part of a follow-up to a physical exam. It was nothing out of the ordinary and represented a series of blood tests ordered by my doctor.Life & Health
I had the tests, attended my doctor’s follow-up appointment and that was that.
I did not think much else of it until February when payment for several of the tests was denied by my insurer.
On February 14th, my insurer accepted and paid for two of the five tests performed. They denied three others, resulting in my owing the lab $267.71.
The reason for the denial was listed on my Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ...