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Emergency medical billing is a cost recovery fee charged for ambulance transportation (paramedic or EMT) to a hospital facility, calls for assistance, and non-transports. The initial ambulance transport billing goes directly to a third-party payer, if available. If Medicare, Medicaid, or a private health insurer does not pay the bill, the individual is responsible for any co-pays, deductibles, or any fees not covered by their insurance provider.
Funds received through emergency medical billing are used to support fire department operations in the form of staffing, equipment purchases and training.
The Fire Department contracts with Medicount Management for all billing related matters. Should you have any billing related questions, please contact Medicount Management at 888-410-6986.