Secrets of Successful Screening Services
Preventive medicine is touted as a powerful element in achieving better patient health. Nearly all agree that prevention should play a much bigger part in patient care. Some new diagnostic instruments incorporate screening functionality in their designs. Forward thinking practices have put screening programs in place to support disease prevention. Congress has even passed a number of statutes designed to expand Medicare for some screening services – glaucoma and diabetes are just two examples. Still, most prophylactic services remain non-covered, with the beneficiary financially responsible. However, Medicare Part B and Part C have special regulations that impact how patient-pay services are handled. Do you know these rules? Attend this webinar and learn how to run a successful screening service in your practice.
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