Medicare Advanced Beneficiary Notice
Thanks so much for finding out more information about our ABN course. Now, let me ask you a question.
If I could show you exactly how to create a valid Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) form would you like to know about it? Well, if you answered yes, then you’ve certainly come to the right place.
Any time that you expect that you Medicare claim might be denied, you should have the patient sign an ABN (Advanced Beneficiary Notice). But an invalid ABN shifts the financial liability from the patient to the doctor. In other words, the doctor gets to pay for the adjustment!
And so that you don’t get stuck adjusting your Medicare patients for free we have created a short information packed training that teaches you exactly what you need to know about the ABN form and how it should be used in your office.
In this training video you’re going to learn:
• How to identify the current form and get a copy for your office
• What should be and what can be pre-filled in on the ABN
• When the ABN should be given to the patient and when it shouldn’t
• How the patient should complete the ABN
• What you can and can’t complete on the form for the patient
• How to handle form completion when the patient is accompanied with their representative
• How to create a valid ABN when you are not accepting assignment. The ABN is completed differently when you are accepting assignment and when you are not.
• How the insurance claim form should be completed when you have a signed ABN (and when you don’t).