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One's treating physician's office can keep a patient's credit card information on file for billing purposes in the event that the patient's insurance carrier does not pay the stated charge of the health care practitioner.
However, before the treating physician's office can place the charge on the patient's credit card, the patient needs to give permission to do so.
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