To refresh your memory, we covered the following top myths:
- If an item is not coded, it does not have to be billed.
- DME suppliers are bound by a “limiting charge” when billing non-assigned, and beneficiaries cannot be charged more than a certain percentage over the Medicare fee schedule allowable.
- Every claim can be filed as non-assigned.
- An Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN) must always be executed before a claim can be filed non-assigned.
We know you want to get this right. We understand you want to help your customers as best you can. But, the model has to change to stay viable. Let us show you how to do this the right way, to make sure you get paid and keep those payments. We understand you want an effective turnaround of your claims out of the gate so your customers get paid quickly.
Join us on September 21 at 2 PM for Show Me the Money: The Fact and Fiction of Embracing Medicare Cash Sales. Register today!