Hello - Sorry if this is answered somewhere alread

Hello - Sorry if this is answered somewhere already... If it is, please point me in that direction. If not, I welcome any quick/helpful response.

Today, we received a letter for an unpaid Doctor's office visit. I thought it had/was being taken care of under my insurance. It appears this one slipped through the cracks when we were on COBRA for a couple of months during the summer. I have requested the insurance company re-process the claim, which I am sure they will.

MY QUESTION IS:
If the insurance company processes the claim, will it go to the doctor's office and cause Medicredit to dismiss or no longer pursue the claim?
-OR-
Is it possible for the insurance company to pay Medicredit directly?

I really want my credit score to stay good.

What should I do next?

Thanks for your help, everyone!
- Liz

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