We've received a lot of questions recently regarding what it means to be a nonparticipating provider under Original Medicare — particularly when it comes to how that status affects billing under Medicare Advantage. Here's our insight into becoming a nonparticipating provider and what it means in the Medicare Advantage program.
Busting Payment Myths Part 7: 'Participating' vs. 'Nonparticipating' Medicare Status and Medicare Advantage
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Date: November 23, 2020
Content Type: Perspective
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