Can health insurance cover costs for previous visits to a doctor?
- 28AKOLv 55 months ago
yes if it's within the I think last 6 months if u had that particular insurance at time of visit and it was active
- 5 months ago
Of course not. Health Insurance only covers health costs from the day it is enforce.
- FlowerLv 75 months ago
If you had insurance at the time you saw the doctor, they can still bill the insurance for their share of the cost. If insurance covered every visit when you were not paying monthly premiums, they would lose money.
- Casey YLv 75 months ago
Only time I have ever seen this is Medicaid...
Its just like car insurance, you have to buy it before something happens...
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- Anonymous5 months ago
Only if you have medicaid, and they only go back a small amount of time.
- SimplytheFACTSLv 75 months ago
nope...except medicaid in some case
- StephenWeinsteinLv 75 months ago
No, insurance cannot cover anything that happened before you first got insurance.
- AnonymousLv 75 months ago
no. Just like, you can t buy a lottery ticket today, for last night s drawing.
- EvaLv 75 months ago
They do not cover visits prior to the effective date of your coverage, unless you are now covered under Medicaid. Medicaid will cover visits up to 3 months prior to the date you received coverage. Under regular health insurance, you would also have a deductible to meet.
- Diane ALv 75 months ago
If you got the insurance after the care, then no. Just like car insurance wont cover an accident prior to the coverage