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When i logged into my health insurance account, my MRI claim was stating that it was denied. The amount was for $1250. My doctor called and set the appointment up and told me where to go. I then called my H.I. and asked them if it was in my network and they said it was. I had a herniated disk that i tried PT for a couple of weeks but was only making it worse. Thats when i called the doc to see if we should set up the MRI and she agreed. After the MRI results where back she said i had to goto the Neuro. So i got setup with the Neuro which he said i could put a band-aid on it (the Injection), live with the pain, do a microdiscectomy, or do a spinal fusion. I choose the Micro.
Anyways, why would they deny this claim? do they have a legitamate reason to deny it? when i call to find out why, what do i need to ask them, besides the obvious? Anything i can say or do to make my case look stronger for me? I can already see it now that they are going to hassle me on the surgery which i called and told them i was doing and they said ok. grrrr