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June 18th, 2011, 08:20 PM
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I would be mad getting a bill like that. Now I did get a bill for my 20 week u/s. It was $1100 cause the midwife coded it wrong and TriCare doesn't pay for "routine" u/s. I did that u/s in lieu of doing all the other genetic testing. Of course TriCare still considered that "routine". They don't consider the risk of preterm labors/births or prior preterm labors/births enough of a reason to do an u/s.

The govt really needs to get their heads out of their arses and figure out our healthcare system so that people can get the care that they need without having to pay an arm, leg and the first born child.

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