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Doesn't medicare pay for part of the outpatient pt a couple of months after inpatient and rehab pt from pelvic fracture?

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Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: Probably

If the outpatient therapy is medically necessary and ordered by your doctor, then medicare should cover the cost of it outside of any copays you may have.
Usually when someone has a referral for pt, the pt office does check beforehand to make sure it will be covered by insurance.

In brief: Probably

If the outpatient therapy is medically necessary and ordered by your doctor, then medicare should cover the cost of it outside of any copays you may have.
Usually when someone has a referral for pt, the pt office does check beforehand to make sure it will be covered by insurance.
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Dr. Tapan Joshi
Pain Management

In brief: Depends

It depends upon the type and severity of pelvic fracture and also on functional improvement with possible prognosis.

In brief: Depends

It depends upon the type and severity of pelvic fracture and also on functional improvement with possible prognosis.
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