Does Medicare cover it?
Medicare covers millions of Americans receiving health care from a wide range of providers, who may each offer a variety of treatments. But not everything is covered by Medicare — and sometimes, Medicare Administrative Contractors can misinterpret coverage rules. That's why it's important to know where to go for reliable information.
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May 1, 2020 / Website
Oct 24, 2018 / Article
Dec 1, 2020
Medicare does indeed cover services to maintain or manage a beneficiary's current condition when no functional improvement is possible.
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