Question:

Can you tell me more about whole blood coverage?

Answer:

According to the Medicare Benefit Policy Manuel:

“Whole blood is a biological, which cannot be self-administered and is covered when furnished incident to a physician’s services. Payment may also be made for blood fractions if all coverage requirements are satisfied and the blood deductible has been met.”

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