Your physician has chosen Cardiac Monitoring Service to provide you with the latest cardiac monitoring technology and leading standards in cardiac interpretation and patient care.
Your Holter monitoring test is made up of three components, including:
Device hook up
Scanning analysis with report; and
Interpretation of your test.
Your doctor will bill your insurance company for hook up and interpretation, and Cardiac Monitoring Service will bill your insurer for the scanning analysis with report.
You will receive two Explanations of Benefit (EOB) statements from your insurance company as a result of your Holter test, including one from us and a second EOB from your ordering physician. The component billed by Cardiac Monitoring Service will list our business as your service provider. Your EOB will include details about totals billed for service and supplies, and the amount approved and paid to Cardiac Monitoring Service by your insurance company. Your EOB is not a bill.
Depending on the response from your insurer or the type of plan you have, there may be an outstanding amount due remaining on your service.
We work directly with your insurance company to ensure you receive the fullest benefit possible, and we provide an early payment discount for patients finalizing service fees with Cardiac Monitoring Service.