On April 25, 2019, I visited a physician at Amita Health in Woodridge for a wellness visit. During that visit, I updated the physician regarding a problem she had treated me for. The treatment she prescribed, as well as her diagnosis, was ultimately wrong and corrected by a visit to another doctor. Without commenting on her treatment, I simply gave her the information so she would have a completed health history for me. On June 1, 2019, I received a bill from Amita. On it there was a charge for the wellness visit on April 25, for which there was no charge or co-pay due from me. There was another charge for an office visit, on the same day as the wellness visit, and Amita was requiring that I owed a $30 co-pay for this office visit. I telephoned the Billing Department, and was referred to the Office Manager for the Woodridge site. She indicated that the April 25 office visit charge was for the problem I noted above. I explained to her that there was no treatment involved and that I was only imparting information to the doctor. She said she would review the charge and get back to me. To date, I have not had any communication from her, either written or telephonic. After two weeks of not hearing back from the Office Manager, I consulted Elliot Advocacy's website and got the names for the Regional Manager and Regional Medical Director of Amita. I sent them a letter explaining the issue and asking for a response. Again, to date I have not received any communication from either gentleman. On November 2, I received a notice from a collection agency that the amount claimed as owing by me ($30.00) was now in collections. As instructed in their notice, I sent them a letter stating that the amount was in fact not in arrears, but was in dispute. I was going to send another letter, this time to the superior of the regional directors, but am not able to locate names. I am asking for advice on how to proceed.