05-29-2008 01:38 PM
05-29-2008 01:49 PM
ivyalmighty wrote:I did call ACS today. Spoke to Charles, a supervisor. He gave me the pt's name on the account in question, I told him it was not me. I told him I have already called the hospital and confirmed that I have NO outstanding accounts with the hospital. He said, the hospital might have purged their records because this account is from 2003. That makes me unhappy, that a CA would be the only one holding on to my medical records, and not the hospital in question??? How is that safe??
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05-29-2008 06:03 PM
ivyalmighty wrote:Fixin' --But with this hospital, they had bills for me going back to 2002, which they gladly sent me copies of! I find it hard to believe that they wouldn't have access to just one single bill. There were twelve accounts, total from this hospital system. They have *all* of them. And ALL of them report as paid.If it DID get lost in the sauce, and the hospital has absolutely no record of it, then who's to say the CA didn't just flat make this bill up??? Grrr... I'm not very happy.Anyone else have input?
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