Polyp removal during colonoscopy can cost extra

01/20/2010 | WFAE-FM (Charlotte, N.C.)

A Charlotte, N.C., radio station reported on health insurance coverage issues in North Carolina, which suggest that for some health insurers, once a polyp is removed, a colonoscopy goes from being covered as a screening exam to a therapeutic procedure, so insurance deductibles and co-pays may apply, potentially costing patients hundreds of dollars or more.

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