Q: Oklahoma Question: Refusal of medical provider to give parent medical bills of 2 minor children. Need help! Thx so much!
Div parent req ccs of med bills w/med prov. SFH refuses to give bills to parent(SFH)only w/other parent's perm. Mother refuses to allow father to hv the bills, "only what she gives him" Found out that the $$ pd directly to her she stated was "reimb for what shes pd" etc. wasn't being pd towards the accts.We've been req the med bills from prov for sev mos now. He wants to pay his % directly to med prov after $ not made to accts she was reimb for by father. MedProv also this wk refuse give rcpt to father who pd his % on what is owed on an acct. for a dos.The dos given to dad just given this wk was for 3/18&8/18 more surp bills! She says the bal was $352 on 1.MedProv says incorrect, only $200. No $ pd to acc her per SFH. He pd his % & SFH refuse to give a rcpt. Will only give to mom. We've req item bills 4 past 2 yrs. Prov refuses to give to us. No term of rights, no orders saying otherwise. CS always current.MedProv doesn't care abt Okla Stat that he is entitled to. Just need ccs of bill
A: You are entitled to all records concerning the child. The problem you have described happens all the time. The good news is that there is a solution. Simple solution is hire an attorney to modify your existing court orders to include language that addresses this issue.
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