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Ambulatory surgical centers

Medicare covers the facility service fees related to approved surgical procedures provided in an ambulatory surgical center (facility where surgical procedures are performed, and the patient is expected to be released within 24 hours).

Except for certain preventive services (for which you pay nothing if the doctor or other health care provider accepts assignment ), you pay 20% of the Medicare - ap proved amount to both the ambulatory surgical center and the doctor who treats you, and the Part B deductible applies. You pay all of the facility service fees for procedures Medicare doesn’t cover in ambulatory surgical centers.


Source:  Medicare & You 2017

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