Pregnant for the first time? You probably have questions about what’s happening to your body. Understanding what causes different symptoms can help keep you from being surprised or concerned.
Piedmont and Anthem Blue Cross have shaken hands on a new agreement as announced today on the Piedmont Healthcare website and via their last email announcement.
The email said “The arrangement ensures patients that have Anthem Blue Cross insurance can continue to see their Piedmont doctors and visit Piedmont hospitals without incurring higher out-of-pocket costs, including covering visits and services delivered since April 1 as “in-network.”
If you have canceled or delayed an appointment during this time of disruption, please reschedule.
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