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An explanatory video for surgeons and staff that suggests how to talk to patients about ATIOL charges using an easy-to-understand, two-service billing concept.

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An explanatory video for surgeons and staff that suggests how to talk to patients about ATIOL charges using an easy-to-understand, two-service billing concept.

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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Ruling No. 05-01 allows Medicare beneficiaries the option to choose a presbyopia-correcting intraocular lens like the AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® apodized diffractive IOL and pay for the non-covered charges relating to the implantation.

CMS Ruling 1536-R, allows Medicare beneficiaries the ability to pay for non-covered charges relating to the implantation of astigmatism-correcting intraocular lenses like the AcrySof® IQ Toric.

The guidance documents and sample forms below are provided to assist you in the coding, billing, and reimbursement process.

AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® Sample FormsSee more

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Form CMS-R-131 (3/11) should be used for patients with original Medicare only. Medicare Advantage plans do not permit providers to use the standard Medicare ABN or a similar waiver or release and may require a pre-authorization prior to collecting non-covered services from beneficiaries. Providers should review each individual plan and follow the appropriate process specific to that payer.

AcrySof® IQ Toric Sample FormsSee more

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Form CMS-R-131 (3/11) should be used for patients with original Medicare only. Medicare Advantage plans do not permit providers to use the standard Medicare ABN or a similar waiver or release and may require a pre-authorization prior to collecting non-covered services from beneficiaries. Providers should review each individual plan and follow the appropriate process specific to that payer.