Patients must sign that they know you will not bill Medicare
It may come when you are in the office late trying to catch up on paperwork, or perhaps when you're looking over the reimbursement denials from CMS. Maybe it will hit you when you look at the approved claims and realize how little you make off of Medicare. Sooner or later, most physicians will wonder about the option of quitting Medicare altogether. Is it a crazy idea?
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