Will my health insurance pay my ambulance bill?

In most cases, if the incident is classified as an emergency situation, yes. Patients who are covered by Medicaid or Medicare programs generally will have no out-of-pocket expenses related to ambulance bills. Patients who are covered by private healthcare insurance may be required to pay a co-pay or deductible expense, and/or the difference in coverage. This is entirely dependent on your insurance coverage and agency.

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1. Why does Caldwell County charge ambulance fees?
2. What types of fees are charged and how much does an ambulance ride cost?
3. A fire truck came with the ambulance. Do I get charged for that too?
4. Why did the ambulance crew ask me for my personal information?
5. Will my health insurance pay my ambulance bill?
6. What happens if I don’t have healthcare insurance?
7. What is the telephone number for ambulance billing questions?
8. What is the payment mailing address and contact information for ambulance billing?
9. How can I find out more about HIPAA and Privacy?