Medical Devices

Medical DevicesImplantable medical devices all have different life expectancies. The devices with batteries often are replaced when the battery depletes to a point that it dangerous to keep the device in place.

These devices normally have warranties that cover the possibility that the battery doesn't last as long as expected.

Hospitals often overlook the application for the warranty credit that may actually belong to the payer for that patient.

Many of these warranty credits need to be passed on to the payer which is normally Medicare.

The Office of the Inspector General conducts audits to be sure Medicare is properly repaid for these credits.

Medicare Part A Sales Tax Recovery

Medical Device

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