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Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) – A notice that you could receive if Medicare is expected to deny payment. You may be responsible for the cost of services that Medicare does not cover.1
Adverse Event – An unexpected medical issue, such as a side effect, that occurs during or following a treatment. May also be called an adverse effect or an adverse reaction.2,3
Allowable Charges – The dollar amount that an insurance company will pay for something like a medical visit or procedure.1
Anemia – When your blood has a low number of red blood cells or when the red blood cells don’t have enough hemoglobin, which is the protein that helps carry oxygen through the body.4,5
Annual Maximum – The maximum amount that an insurance company will cover for each patient per year. This may be a dollar amount, or it can be a limit on the number of treatments that insurance will cover.6
Appeal – If your insurance company denies payment for a service or medicine, you or your doctor can file an appeal, a written notice to the insurance company stating that you and your doctor disagree with the decision to deny the service or medication coverage and providing medically justified reasoning.1
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