Your health insurance will have access to your entire medical record. This is a condition of the company accepting the liability to insure you.
If the insurer has any questions, it could call either you or the doctor to further their investigation.
It will likely only call you, as the doctor will most likely not take the call.
Although it may speak to someone at your doctors office
like a medical assistant
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