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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    I cant remember how much I got back but I had reached the EMSN so it would've been more. I did pay about $360 at a private women's health place. I wasn't in a risk group so can't understand why you didn't get anything back Purple Lily. I will see if I can find my reciepts and come back. I have posted on here previously about it and which medicare item code was used.
    They said I wouldn't get anything back because I wasn't over 30 so it was deemed unnecessary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    They said I wouldn't get anything back because I wasn't over 30 so it was deemed unnecessary
    That's ridiculous, I was 27.

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    Found my receipts.

    I paid $340 and got $98 back, $70 was the normal schedule fee plus an extra $28 under the EMSN. I was billed under item code 55707.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ngaiz View Post
    That's ridiculous, I was 27.
    I know hey. I was 24 for ds2 and 25 for dd and they said that both times.

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    The whole NT scan reimbursement annoys me. I'm 35 so 'at risk' but $60 back is stupid for a scan of this nature there should be more back. We could afford it but $150+ out of pocket is a lot.

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    My hospital is doing one free for me because im high risk... I think that's unusual though...

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    I didn't pay for any scans and I'm wasn't high risk (I don't think I was anyway).

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    I had bulk billed for dating and nt due to previous miscarriagem but my 20 week one will be bout 150

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    I went private, my OB gave me a list of places to book through. I just rang the most convenient for hubby and I. I think we paid approx 240 for 12w and 280 for 20w (which also included a few 3d images). I think it just depends on where you book.

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    Here in Victoria I'm going public and haven't paid for a single ultrasound through my hospital. I've had four so far.


 

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