What is a Medicare Advance Beneficiary Notice(ABN)?

An ABN is a Medicare waiver of liability that providers are required…

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What is a Medicare Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)?

An ABN is a Medicare waiver of liability that providers are required to give a Medicare patient for services provided that may not be covered or considered medically necessary.

An ABN is used when service(s) provided may not be reimbursed by Medicare.

If the healthcare provider believes that Medicare will not pay for some or all of the items or services, an ABN should be given to the patient.

When necessary, your Medicare patients should always sign an Advance Beneficiary Notice form CMS-R-131.

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