Is Medicare Advantage Too Good to be True?

Published in Complex Rehab on January 04, 2021

In a recent HME News article, Dan Fedor provides three important items for CRT providers to know about Medicare Advantage plans.

The three things that should be known about these plans include:

  1. What they’re promising Medicare beneficiaries
  2. MA plans are not providing the same services or timely and accurate reimbursement as Medicare, which is one reason MA plans are able to tout lower premiums
  3. Beneficiaries aren’t necessarily locked into them

Click here to read the full article from HME News.


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