Once you decide to become a non-par provider in the Medicare program don’t imagine that you’ve said goodbye to Medicare compliance. You still remain bound by certain reimbursement restrictions, subject to audits, and required to follow electronic health record (EHR) rules. Read on to learn what it means — and doesn’t mean — to be a non-par provider. Non-Par Providers May Still See Medicare Patients In reality, going non-par is different from completely opting out of Medicare altogether. Non-par providers can still see Medicare patients, but they aren’t considered

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