At the end of this course, the learner will be able to:
- Differentiate among Medicare Part A, B and C
- Determine their MAC and locality
- Discuss Medicare Part B deductible, threshold and 80%/20%
- Discuss covered services
- Generate a list of resources for reference and assistance
Do you want to see Medicare patients but are overwhelmed by the idea? Every private practice clinician started somewhere with insurance, and Medicare is a great place for you to begin. Regardless of experience, any speech-language pathologist can become a Medicare Part B participating provider. Our Medicare Part 1 video will provide an overview of what it means to be a Part B participating provider. This overview includes everything you might need to know prior to beginning the Medicare credentialing process. Start your future today!