• Report: #721792

Complaint Review: health option one

  • Submitted: Mon, April 25, 2011
  • Updated: Mon, May 02, 2011

  • Reported By: efelydia — Florida United States of America
health option one
Internet United States of America

health option one ripoff, Internet

*UPDATE Employee: A "regular" physical?

*Author of original report: ripoff

*UPDATE Employee: Was this in network?

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this company promise u discounted health care and the charge u insurance fees but do not cover anything. since i stopped using them. i have paid less negociating directly with my drs. run if u see this company two dr visit and i owe over $300 in medical bills

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#1 UPDATE Employee

A "regular" physical?

AUTHOR: stu - (United States of America)

Depending on whether one goes to a General Practice/Family Doctor or a Specialist and what they consider to be included in a "regular" physical, the cost of such a visit can vary from a few hundred dollars to close to one thousand dollars depending on which diagnostic tests are performed. A co-pay may be for nothing more than waving hello to you. If a $500 bill was re-priced to $300, for example, the savings of 40% would be good. The fact that there were two doctor visits raises questions of what services were actually provided here and what their cost was before re-pricing. Were they to the same doctor and did the staff properly re-price the bills according to their contract(s)?
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#2 Author of original report

ripoff

AUTHOR: efelydia - (United States of America)

i had a copay it was $20 and u saying $300 is not too high after paying ur fees for a regular physical is crazy. am sure u work for them so nothing they do is wrong. they are using people and it is wrong
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#3 UPDATE Employee

Was this in network?

AUTHOR: stu - (United States of America)

There are no medical services that are not discounted in network. Owing over $300 in medical bills is possible even with major medical plans as co-pays do not cover everything with any plan. Without the specifics it is not possible to have the patient advocacy department address the issue.
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