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Coordination-of-benefits clause is a provision in the insurance contract which provides that the total sum paid for medical and hospital care will not exceed the  ...

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This is a clause included in health insurance policies that states that benefits will not be paid for amounts that are already covered by other organizational health ...

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Looking for online definition of coordination of benefits in the Medical ... A clause in insurance policies for patients with more than one carrier to provide a ...

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Jul 11, 2016 ... Coordination of benefits (COB) allows plans that provide health ... paid claims data for the purpose of calculating their secondary payment.

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COB (Coordination of Benefits):: This is the process by which a health insurance company determines if it should be the primary or secondary payer of medical ...

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Purpose. Section 3. Definitions. Section 4. Applicability and Scope. Section 5. Use of Model COB Contract Provisions. Section 6. Rules for Coordination of ...

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The primary carrier must meet at least one of the following conditions: 1. The plan has a no-COB clause. If the plan does not coordinate benefits, it is primary. 2.

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