Do all hospitals take Medicare?

No hospital has to accept Medicare or Medicaid. But before giving up on a doctor, who will not accept Medicare, a patient could find other sources in state medical societies and some local hospitals which abide by some policies of Medicare. Medicare benefits include covering most doctors’ bills, as well as some medical services and supplies.

Another benefit covers services on inpatient hospital, skilled nursing facility care and home health care. Non-profit hospitals and for-profit hospitals provide some outpatient care in their emergency rooms and specialty clinics, but primarily exist to provide inpatient care. On the other hand, a Medicare hospital accepts patients covered by Medicare.

This hospital is required to maintain continuing records and meet other prerequisites if it wishes to stay in the Medicare program. Please refer to: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_care_in_the....

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