An advanced beneficiary notice (ABN) refers to a written communication given to a Medicare beneficiary by a physician prior to providing a service that is expected to be denied by Medicare Part B. Though medical billing companies can assist doctors with their claim submission tasks, healthcare providers must have a clear idea on Medicare’s Advance Beneficiary Notices (ABN) and whether or not to issue the form before providing any service.
Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) – Basic Review for Physicians
Natalie TorneseCPC: Director of Revenue Cycle Management
Natalie joined MOS’ Revenue Cycle Management Division in October 2011. She brings twenty five years of hands on management experience to the company.
Meghann DrellaCPC: Senior Solutions Manager: Practice and RCM
Meghann joined MOS’ Revenue Cycle Management Division in February of 2013. She is CPC certified with the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).
Amber DarstSolutions Manager: Practice and RCM
Hired for her dental expertise, Amber brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding of the dental revenue cycle management (RCM) services to MOS.
Loralee KappSolutions Manager: Practice and RCM
Loralee joined MOS’ Revenue Cycle Management Division in October 2021. She has over five years of experience in medical coding and Health Information Management practices.