|To help protect yourself and Medicare from fraud and identity theft you should report it.Whenever you get a payment notice from Medicare review it for errors. The notice shows what Medicare was billed for, what Medicare paid, and what (if anything) you owe. Make sure Medicare was not billed for health care services, medical supplies, or equipment you did not get.|
- The provider’s name and any identifying number you may have.
- The service or item information you are questioning.
- The date the service or item was supposedly given or delivered.
- The payment amount approved and paid by Medicare.
- The date on your Medicare Summary Notice.
- Your name and Medicare number (as listed on your Medicare card).
- The reason you think Medicare should not have paid.
- Any other information you have showing why Medicare should not have paid.
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Washington, DC 20026-3489
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