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i have insurance and till says i have a bill in accounts
ive got hospital bills in 2 years and i have insurance thet still want me to pay

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Contact the hospital billing office to make sure they billed the insurance.  Double check that they have the correct information and they may have to re-bill insurance.

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if jwsister option doesn't work then call your insurance provider and ask why you were billed and if your insurance covered you at the time of your visit. then contact the hospitals billing info and to itemize how and why they are billing you and not your insurance provider. if you do not agree with it then dispute that with your insurance if your insurance was supposed to fully cover your claim. but if your insurance only covers a certain amount of your claim you then have to pay the hospital the portion that your insurance did not cover. 

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