How To Avoid Surprise Medicare Bills
This video covers the five things you need to know if you want to learn how to avoid surprise Medicare bills.
The video includes tips on how to manage your Medicare Wellness visits and preventive care lab tests. We also cover the ABN Form (Advanced Beneficiary Notice) and why all people on Original Medicare must understand this form and what it means when a doctor requests you to sign it. Signing this form could result in allowing your doctor to bill you for services Medicare does not consider medically necessary and will not pay for!
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