Reimbursement continues to have an increasing impact on the products and services utilized in healthcare settings. Avanos is committed to working with various payers, including Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial insurers to help obtain appropriate reimbursement to ensure continued access by healthcare professionals and patients to our products and services.

Below you will find links to obtain reimbursement information for our products. If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Service Department at 1-844-4Avanos.

Digestive Health

Setting up efficient software and consistent billing practices are key steps to help establish a smooth process for provider reimbursements. However, billing isn’t only about getting the data right; there are other, practical considerations a practice should look into when trying to improve claims denials or cash flow, from how staff inputs charges, to whether you’re running key reports to track denials. Click Here to view the 6 practical steps that may improve billing efficiency infographic.

Note: Information provided is derived from a variety of public sources and is intended for general information only. This information is not intended to serve as specific advice on how to code, bill, or charge for any product or service. It is always the provider’s responsibility to determine appropriate codes. It is recommended that you contact your payer for interpretation of appropriate codes and coverage policies.

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