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Re: [IP] Insurance POS vs. Indemnity



Be careful of Indemnity Contracts
Most Insurers carry them only because your state mandates that they do.
Also be careful of the 80%.
THis means 80% of the insurer's "Usual & Customary" amount.
Not Charges.
If the bill from Minimed is $1000.
Your Insurer's U&R may be $500.
You are now responsible for $600.
THe cheaper Indemnity Contract is now no longer Cheaper.

Good Luck,
John & his Paradigm 




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