Do chiropractors need to know about Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN) forms?

The answer is…

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Do chiropractors need to know about Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN) forms?

The answer is YES!

An ABN, also known as a waiver of liability, is a notice you as a chiropractic provider should give to your patients before they receive a service if, based on Medicare coverage rules, you as a provider have reason to believe Medicare will not pay for your service(s).

As a chiropractor, you can choose to participate or be a non-participating provider for Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

However, you still need to know the functions of an ABN.

Did you know there is a different ABN version for participating and non-participating providers?

Note the differences in the ABN versions specifically Option 1 and section H for non-participating providers.

Thankfully, H.J. Ross & Company has over 40 years of experience in dealing with a wide range of chiropractic billing issues.

H.J. Ross Company understands billing with incorrect chiropractic CPT codes can lead to claim rejections and delays in payments, which can have a devastating impact on generating revenue and keeping you in business. 

If you are experiencing insurance claim denial, staff spending too much time trying to get claims paid, and patients asking why their claims have not been paid then H. J. Ross Company is your solution.

H.J. Ross Company stays ahead of the curve on the latest trends and changes in billing and coding by utilizing their direct channel of communication with the insurance companies and organizations that set the guidelines.

There is a reason chiropractors have trusted H.J. Ross Company with their business for over 40 years.


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