MAAC

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MAAC

Maximum allowable actual charge. The practical monetary ceiling that physicians who do not accept Medicare assignment may collect from Medicare patients.
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Next year, in a significant expansion of the Maximum Allowable Actual Charge (MAAC) concept, Medicare will phase in an absolute ceiling on the amount a nonparticipating physician can charge a Medicare beneficiary on an unassigned claim.
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