Having a medical issue that needs to remain private, 21 have united healthcare
Generally most insurance companies send the policy holder a notice of a claim being made against that policy. The claim won't reveal specifics as to who went, why or the treatment given, just the Dr's name and what they're claiming - office visit, lab work, etc... So I suppose it would depend on how closely your parents pay attention to these notices and whether the claim is covered or if they owe money.
Best answer is yes they well get a copy of what is being billed etc. But I bet your parents would be much less upset if you just told them you need to see a doctor and want to see the doctor about a problem you are not wanting to tell them then to have something happen that you would not be able to hide. Can you maybe talk to your Mom. Just make your appt with the family doctor that has all of the insurance information but the bill well still go to the house but most are coded so they well not know really what you seen the doctor for.
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