New Resource Examines Key Considerations of Becoming a Medicare Fee-For-Service Provider

Aging and disability community-based organizations (CBOs) are well positioned to become Medicare Fee-for-Service (FFS) providers. Doing so can potentially increase a CBO’s sustainability, visibility—and its ability to impact health outcomes in the communities they serve.

The Aging and Disability Business Institute’s new resource guide, Becoming a Medicare Fee-For-Service Provider: What CBOs Need to Know, explores opportunities and key considerations for CBOs becoming Medicare FFS providers.

Developed in partnership with the National Council on Aging (NCOA), this new resource guide provides an overview of where CBOs have opportunities to provide services under Medicare FFS. This resource guide also addresses the various components of being a Medicare FFS provider that aging and disability CBOs should consider, such as billing and filing processes, culture change, regulatory compliance, which services CBOs can offer, how to enroll as a Medicare provider and more.

Read this new resource guide to learn more about what your CBO needs to know as it considers becoming a Medicare FFS provider.