Some people who received a COVID-19 vaccination at a Griffin Hospital’s community outreach vaccination clinic were incorrectly billed for the immunization and patients are being notified that the bills were sent in error, according to a social media post from Griffin Health.
Griffin Health learned of the coding error on Friday and staff from Griffin’s Business Services have been calling people who received a bill in error to let them know they are not responsible for the charge, the post says.
A letter will also be mailed.
Griffin Health said it will refund anyone who made a payment on the bill sent in error.
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