If you are non-par the insurance company has no obligation to pay anything, unless the patient has out of network benefits on their policy. If they do pay, they will only pay what they consider customary and reasonable. At the same time, as a non-par physician. your doctor is under no obligation to accept their customary and reasonable as payment in full and can then balance bill the patient for the difference.
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