How to determine if Medicare is the primary or secondary payer

01/9/2013 | O&P Almanac (Adobe Flash required)

Medicare is not always the first payer, and determining when it is secondary will help O&P facilities secure timely and accurate reimbursement. This article explains instances in which Medicare would be the primary insurer, as well as programs that make Medicare the secondary payer, and shows ways to calculate how much Medicare will pay.

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