Answer: Answer : hospital bill on credit report
Yes an unpaid hospital bill will show on your credit report, however, if you are disputing the bill you can write to the credit reporting agencies(all 3) and have the dispute added to your file. This way if anyone pulls your credit report this cannot be taken into acccount for future credit.
Answer: Ultimately, the medical organization that billed you for payment for the service is a business trying to succeed under some economic category of operations (eg. non-profit, not for profit, or for profit and regulatory variations of "for profit" business). Each medical organization has some internal policy about when they are satisfied with the payment amount, will take into consideration their financial solvency in the near term, and may consider your financial hardship in order to guide their negotiations on a particular debt. In each individual situation, the medical organization may settle with the debtor for some substantial percentage of the amount owed, or may demand payment in full until they sue the debtor in civil court or sell the debt to a collection agency. Note that statutes of limitations (actionable time span) on debt due to services rendered vary from state to state.
Answer: Normally the next-of-kin (relative or friend) if any. If not the patient himself will have to pay when awakes. If it is longer than this time, then the provider can obtain a court order to be authorized to withdraw the money from his account.
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How much is a hospital bill?
this is such an open question it all depends on why you went to the hospital, when you went, how long you stayed, and what treatment you received
Answer: Yes the hospital may send you to collections before your insurance settles on an account. In most states the hospital is not actually required to even file your insurance, however, they do as a courtesy. Even when the hospital does file your insurance if they make a mistake and your claim is denied based on this mistake they can not be held liable and are not required to fix the problem. It is now the patients responsibilty to get the itemized statements and get them to the insurance company.
Answer: The person that last posted this works for a collection agency. Know your rights. WWW.HOSPITALVICTIMS.ORG The above website will evalute your medical bills. Ask them for a valiation of debt They can report what they want. According to the FCRA it needs to be factual. If it is not accurate data I recommend filing a dispute with the credit agencies at which it is reported.
Answer: No. Collection agencies are vicious. Once they get their hooks into you nothing is going to stop them from belittling you, harrassing you & your family and making your life miserable until your debt is paid in full. They are legal bullies.
Answer: All states have a service called Indigent medical services or IMS. If you do not have insurance and have a medical need, they will take care of you and pay the bill. All states have this, but you have to ask for it, the hospitals will not just offer the information. You can search Indigent medical services in your county or state to get more information. Hope this helps someone like it helped my mom.
Answer: Unpaid hospital bills can affect credit
Yes, definitely. Although, it will only show up on your credit report after the hospital has proceeded to turn the debt over to a collection company and the collection company obtains a default judgment against you.
At that point, it will show up on your credit as a derogatory public record/lien/judgment.
Answer: Sure. (Of course, the people with the judgment will likely attach it to the property and sell it to get paid).
Which is one reason if your going to want to get a mortgage to buy the house, even with a fairly substantial down payment, that will be very, very tough. Especially with the complete aversion to subprime lending in todays market, (with judgments, your clearly subprime)
Answer: Well just because she left against medical advice ("AMA") would not remove any financial responsibility for service and care provided while at the hospital prior to leaving. Now, if she had insurance they would pay the bill less any deductible or policy limitations. If she does not have private insurance she should contact the hospitals Medicare / Medicaid to try to get the service covered under those programs. If not then she will be financial responsibly for the medical bills, and anyone who may have provided their information to be used as a guarantor.