When you get the eob's from the insurance company it should show you what the allowable is and how much to charge the patient for the copay. I have never charged a patient more than the allowable. It is in your contract. If the copay is $50 but the allowable is $45 you should be collecting the $45. Your contract states you cannot charge the patient more than the allowable
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