Will uncollected debts for ambulance service be sent to a collection agency?
Page County's billing company will not pursue payment recovery through a debt collection agency without the expressed authorization of the County Administrator or his designee.

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1. What is Ambulance Fee for Service and why is Page County implementing this program?
2. What are the charges for emergency medical transport services?
3. Will I have to pay for services if the ambulance does not transport me?
4. What is the Compassionate Billing Policy?
5. What happens if I do not have insurance or cannot afford to pay for ambulance service?
6. What if my insurance company will not cover my ambulance transport bill?
7. How does the Ambulance Fee for Service program help the volunteers?
8. How does the billing process work for the Ambulance Fee for Service program?
9. Will visitors and non-County residents be charged a co-payment for ambulance service?
10. Will my health insurance premiums increase as a result of Ambulance Fee for Service billing?
11. What type of information will I have to give when an ambulance arrives?
12. What if I'm not able to provide the necessary insurance information to an ambulance when it arrives?
13. Who is the 3rd-party billing contractor that the County uses for Ambulance Fee Service?
14. If I don't have health insurance, can other types of insurance pay for ambulance service?
15. How much revenue will be generated by the Ambulance Fee for Service program?
16. Will people hesitate to call for emergency services if they cannot pay or if they are uninsured?
17. Who will I call if I have a question regarding billing or insurance coverage of ambulance services?
18. Will uncollected debts for ambulance service be sent to a collection agency?
19. Will the County waive out-of-pocket expenses related to revenue recovery if they meet the criteria?