Medical Case Study: Medicare Medical Billing

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Case Study: Medicare Medical Billing 1- How could his physician’s office have prevented this problem? I think that the physician with it avoid this situation if they have Communication this is the most important point for a successful resolution of this kind of problem .
2-What is it called when Medicare forwards a claim to the secondary insurance? This is called Medicare explanation of benefits .
3-If this claim had fallen under the Medicare deductible, would the secondary insurance pick up the change?The secondary payer which it is your second insurance may not pay all the uncovered costs it all depends on you primary they may pay the left part from

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