So I went to a new primary care doc and I explained everything i've been tested for.
i gave him my medical records which showed what i've been tested for in the past 6 months.
i explained that im currently seeing an endocrinologist for a pituatary problem and that i've already been tested for thyroid and diabetes and i have neither.
i was getting some blood tests done and i didnt notice at the time but apparently the doc wrote in for me to be tested for thyroid and diabetes.
so the tests for thyroid and diabetes came back of course normal and i got a bill for those two blood tests that adds up to 150 bucks after ins
my question is can i dispute this charge because of dr error?
if the doc wasn't so rushed (spent maybe 5 min with me) and took the time to listen and look at the records i provided then i wouldn't be stuck with this extra cost
i ask because even with ins medical costs are taking their toll on me
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