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Field 4 - Insured's Name
Posted by Dan Perrine on 28 March 2018 04:54 AM

The “Insured’s Name” identifies the person who holds the policy, which would be the employee for employer-provided health insurance.

INSTRUCTIONS: Enter the insured’s full last name, first name, and middle initial. If the insured uses a last name suffix (e.g., Jr, Sr), enter it after the last name and before the first name. Titles (e.g., Sister, Capt, Dr) and professional suffixes (e.g., PhD, MD, Esq) should not be included with the name.

Use commas to separate the last name, first name, and middle initial. A hyphen can be used for hyphenated names. Do not use periods within the name.

FOR WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIMS: Enter the name of the Employer.

FOR OTHER PROPERTY & CASUALTY CLAIMS: Enter the name of the insured person or entity.

MEDICARE - If there is insurance primary to Medicare, either through the patient's or spouse's employment or any other source, list the name of the insured here. When the insured and the patient are the same, enter the word SAME. If Medicare is primary, leave blank.


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