|Employer is Self Insured
Aug 10, 2005
My Company is self-insured. Does this mean they are able to review any medical bills that are related to and including testing HIV positive?
Response from Ms. Franzoi
A self-insured employer has access to certain information to the extent it is needed in the administration of the plan. For example, an employer would know how much is spent on a certain diagnosis which would be necessary for determining cost, funding, design, etc. but usually not who has incurred expenses related to that diagnosis.
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