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Peachy makes it easy to request an itemized bill from any provider.

Don't let confusion about medical bills keep you in the dark. Request an itemized bill to see exactly what you're paying for so you can make informed decisions for you and your family.

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Fast facts around itemized bills

Take control of your healthcare spending while saving money by simply requesting an itemized bill today.

What is an itemized bill?

An itemized bill from a doctor's office is a detailed statement of all the charges incurred during a medical visit or procedure. It lists each service provided, the cost of each service, and the total amount due. An itemized bill provides a clear breakdown of medical expenses, allowing you to better understand your costs and make informed decisions about your healthcare.

When should I request an Itemized Bill

You should request an itemized bill whenever you would like a detailed breakdown of your medical expenses. This may be necessary to understand the costs associated with a specific medical visit or procedure, or to check for any errors or overcharges in their bills.

Expert Advice: We recommend requesting an itemized bill before paying the first bill, especially if your bill contains multiple line items, the cost seems outside of what you expected, or you are interested in negotiating the cost of your bill.

We've taken the stress out of getting an itemized bill from your doctor

"I recently used Peachy's tool to request an itemized bill from my doctor and was blown away by the simplicity and ease of the process. The best part? Peachy handles all of the heavy lifting so you don't have to face the frustration of chasing down an itemized bill on your own."

-James F. (Happy user from Sacremento, CA)

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Frequently asked questions

What do I do after I recieve my itemized bill request letter?

After downloading the itemized bill letter (emailed to you), submit it to your doctor's office through fax, mail, or email. Eliminate the stress of communicating with your doctor by letting us handle it for you. Get started with a free Peachy Patients account and submit your bill for a Peachy Pal review.

What is an itemized bill?

Requesting an itemized medical bill allows you to review each item charged, verify the accuracy of the charges, and compare prices between different providers. It enables you to identify any discrepancies, dispute incorrect charges, and make the most cost-effective decisions for your medical care.

What is a CPT code?

A CPT code is a five-digit numeric code used in the medical billing process to describe a particular service or procedure that a healthcare provider has performed.

Itemized Bill vs EOB

An itemized medical bill is a detailed list of all the services and supplies provided by a healthcare provider, along with the cost of each item. An Explanation of Benefits (EOB) is a statement from the insurance company that shows what was covered, what wasn't, and how much the insurance company paid for the medical services. An EOB does not include the full amount charged by the healthcare provider, but rather the amount that was covered by the insurance.

Does this cost me any money?

Our request itemized bill request tool is completely free for patients. If you choose to opt-in to our negotiation features, we charge a success fee based on savings.

What is Peachy?

Peachy is a patient-focused company. We’re here to break down the walls of traditional healthcare and empower patients as healthcare consumers. Patients deserve to be the primary stakeholder in healthcare. As a Patient, you can upload and pay your healthcare bills in Peachy and we take care of the rest. You'll earn rewards for every dollar spent and have access to personal support when you have issues or questions about your medical bills.

You deserve patient-centered healthcare.

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