Can my doctor charge me for co-pay even if I've already reached my out-of-money maximum?

Whenever I go to my doctor's appointment, my doctor always charges me for co-pay even if I've already hit my out-of-money maximum.Is my doctor supposed to charge me for co-pay? If not then where should I report it to so I can solve the problem? I already tried calling my insurance company but they insist that I don't need to pay for it. What should I do?

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    If your insurance company tells you that you are not required to pay for co-pay then it just means that you are not required to. You should try telling the doctor's billing department because in most cases, the doctor's are not informed about this. Once you've consulted with the billing department they should reinburse the money that you've used.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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