How can a city fire department be considered out of network for insurance if paramedic services are needed?

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Fleta
Asked at 2012-04-30 20:59:08
The manager of a movie called 911 emergency when suddenly ill . I was in a movie theater in the city of Colleyville , Texas. Paramedics took me to a hospital. When I received a bill for this service which was more than $ 1,000. After checking into it , I was told that the city of Colleyville is outside the network of Blue Cross Blue Shield TRS Active Care 2. As a result , I'm a bill for $ 850, plus the 20% deduction . I have contacted the billing Colleyville Fire Department and my insurance company, without more help than blaming each other. Does anyone have suggestions on how to oppose this?
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