How to Bill for LPC Services When Client has Medicare Primary and BCBS Secondary in Another State
by Lauren Levine
Hi. I am an LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) in Arkansas. I am not eligible to bill Medicare. My client has Medicare part B primary and BCBS secondary. I am trying to figure out how to bill to be reimbursed.
One factor that complicates this further is that her BCBS is out of New Jersey.
I have tried several ways but no luck yet.
Now NJ is saying that I must send some type of letter to state that I am not able to receive reimbursement from medicare.
I'd appreciate some guidance on this. Each time I call BCBS either in AR or in NJ I have to re-explain situation to new rep.
I know there is a way. Just got to find it.
We haven't encountered this messy a billing situation quite like this but will be glad to post in hopes one of our visitors may be able to help.
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