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Will I keep my own doctors with medicare insurance?
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Dr. Ankush Bansal
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Yes but...
Yes - if the doctor is a medicare participating provider. If not, you can still see the doctor but you will have to submit the claim to medicare - the doctor then is not bound by medicare's fee schedule (set prices).
This is becoming more common in a lot of places as the U.S. Congress keeps decreasing the reimbursement rate to doctors relative to inflation.

In brief: Yes but...
Yes - if the doctor is a medicare participating provider. If not, you can still see the doctor but you will have to submit the claim to medicare - the doctor then is not bound by medicare's fee schedule (set prices).
This is becoming more common in a lot of places as the U.S. Congress keeps decreasing the reimbursement rate to doctors relative to inflation.
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