I am a nurse and one routine task we perform is to verify the insurance holders regarding their healthcare claims. One time, the patient scheduled a visit to the doctor for some minor reasons. Everything went well with them, but after a few weeks the patient came back and complained bout the insurance bill.
I understand that its not part of our job anymore but is there anything we can do to avoid this from happening? TY
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