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Knowing when—and when not—to issue an Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage (ABN) can be a challenge for even the most senior provider. But, doing so correctly can mean the difference between being able to collect payment from your patients—and writing off denied charges as bad debt. And that can have a substantial impact on your practice’s bottom line—especially if you see a large number of Medicare beneficiaries.
Patient dropout creates $6 billion dollars in financial waste every year. Fortunately, this free guide will show you how to stop attrition in your practice and keep patients on the road to recovery.
If you practice in the US, you’re practicing in a direct access state. Find out how you can see patients without a physician referral in your area.
Stand out from your competition and get noticed online. Download our free definitive guide to marketing your rehab therapy practice.