Unformatted text preview: the patient will have to make if there is one. The provider will then mark the appropriate codes for the patients charge and bill to the payers or patient’s insurance company, whatever is not paid by the payer, it will be sent to the patient and they will have to pay the bill. If the patient does not have insurance they will be billed the full amount and can discuss with the providers what type of payment arrangements can be made if the balance cannot be paid in full at the time of the service. The fee-for-service and capitation payment cycles and their relationship among providers, patients, and payers, and their roles in the process was made possible to make sure that the best possible care is to be provided to the patients that come into the providers office on a daily basis....
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- Spring '09
- Credit card, insurance company