Patients should scrutinize their bills for mistakes

10/29/2007 | Forbes

Patients who scrutinize their medical bills frequently find errors, consumer advocates say. Medical coding mistakes and the failure to apply discounted group rates often increase costs for patients. Bills from doctors' offices and labs tend to have fewer errors than bills from hospitals, but patients should still check them carefully.

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