Sharing insurance cards poses serious healthcare risks
Although some might think they’re helping an uninsured friend or family member by sharing their health insurance card, this practice essentially amounts to identity fraud with permission. It can ultimately have a negative effect, as it compromises the accuracy of the insured patient’s medical records and poses serious health risks for those involved.
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