Consolidating billing medicare
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The ASP divides the number units of a drug sold nationwide by the dollar amount of sales to come up with a reimbursement rate.
Currently doctors receive roughly 84.8% of the actual drug cost when they dispense treatments such as chemotherapy to Medicare beneficiaries.
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Participating Medicare providers are paid 80% of the Medicare allowed fee while the remaining 20% of the fee is paid for by the beneficiary.
Non-participating Medicare providers will receive 80% of the Medicare determined fee and are allowed to bill 15% or more of the remaining amount to the beneficiary.
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