Make sure you keep copies of all medical receipts, letters, invoices, etc. from your insurance company and doctor’s office. Also note carefully all medical procedures and the dates they were performed. Having all this information close at hand will come in handy if you have insurance claims. We suggest that you start a new medical folder at the beginning of each policy year. Keep records of all medical bills, charges, procedures, etc. for that year in this folder. This way you will be able to know how close you are to reaching your deductible. When you submit a claim also send copies of all receipts. Keep the originals for your files. Remember–sloppy record keeping can affect your payback on claims and also cause a great waste of time.ou can just drive across the border and spend a night to satisfy the leaving the USA requirement. But if you are a distance from the border, that would be difficult.
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