1) Where i work, a physical therapy practice, we participate with medicare and we still bill PIP coverage claims according to our own fee schedule and most times get reimbursed in full. So, if i were you, i would definitely bill the practice's charges.( they are, hopefully, more than Medicare's fee schedule)
2) Medicare will always pay according to their limiting charges. So, if you bill them according to your practice's charges, you will only be writing off the difference.
Will try to research and post links to supporting documentations.
Hope it helps.
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