AARP UnitedHealth Erroneous EKG/ECG Test Classification

AARP UnitedHealth members: were you charged the wrong co-pay for an EKG or ECG?

AARP UnitedHealth has been erroneously categorizing electro-cardio grams and other heart tests as radiological tests — and thus demanding higher co-pays from members. 

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