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I went to the clinic to get a physical exam for $40... and I gave them my ohio and medi-cal and the $40 cash.... and they (at the front desk) said they don't accept medi-cal. And told me to keep the $40 until after I get the physical exam, because I was a "walk-in". While I was sitting at the lobby.... watching the movie, "Fast and Furious" on tv, I was thinking "I thought I saw medi-cal acceptance on their website". Anyway... during physical exam... I asked the doctor if she will do the urine and blood test so I can see if I have some s*xually transmitted disease... cause I had s*x with a deaf guy in May... just want to make sure I don't get anything. She said oh you can go to other clinics, you should call medi-cal customer service and ask them which clinics accept medi-cal. But I told her since I am here... how much does it cost? She went to the receptionists and they said $165. And then she told me how much it was going to be. I said okay I take that. So they took my blood and urine... and then at the receptionist desk... I gave them my $40... they said no... it is $165.... I told them I don't have $165 cash on me... I thought you guys will bill me... Then they looked at each other... and said, "give me your medi-cal card" So I gave them the card... and they made copy of my card and ohio and will do paperwork. they said I can go home now... THe receptionist gave me the look.... and I was confused. Well they have it on the website... said "We are now accepting New Medi-Cal patients", at the bottom of the page. I don't know why they are mad at me.
It seems like they accept Medi-Cal for a physical exam but you asked for an STD exam. The funding comes from a different program for STD testing. That's why they said go to another clinic. You did tell them $165 was okay, so they examined you. Clinics do not send bills to people. They cannot send a bill to a Medi-Cal person anyway. They can only bill the state. They are mad because you asked for more than the STD test. You said $165 was ok but then you only had $40.
They probably get less from medical--and wanted you to pay cash... if they accept medical for one thing---they would be accepting it for anything covered by medical... and what does the person being deaf have to do with this? and it has absolutely NOTHING to do with being a walk in....if they didn't accept walk ins--they would have told you that...the site says they accept walk ins.... and are you supposed to be paying the 40 if medical is covering it?
Medi-Cal is generally used as better Medicaid. It has its very own application of Medicaid through fact the state is so large however the federal regulations are comparable to Medicaid. once you prepare on the county place of work, there is a few distinctive eligibility standards. It takes longer to get through sort of human beings in California. i don't be attentive to if the approach is quicker or not. you will desire to be in California to coach. you will desire to look on the information superhighway website of the County you're shifting to in California and analyze the tips on your county the place you have Medicaid now. it is paid for fifty/50 via the Fed and State yet run via interior of sight Dept of HHS.
Sounds like they dont like to accept walk ins and that you needed to pre- register your insurance so they could verify it was active