Why Separate Superbills

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    When the IBCLC field began in the 1990s, combined superbills covering both the parent and child were fairly common.  In recent years, though, most US insurance companies began requiring a separate superbill for each patient, parent and child, to cleanly bill for services to each person.  It does make sense:  no other medical profession treats two people as a combined unit.  If the company comes back asking for a combined bill, you can always redo the bill for the mom putting all the charges on one or the other. 

    What about multiple babies?  Or multiple lactating parents?  Complete a separate form for each person you treat. 

    Feel free to reach out to me if you have any other questions about using superbills.