Medicare covers screening colonoscopies once every 24 months if you’re at high risk for colorectal cancer. If you aren’t at high risk for colorectal cancer, Medicare covers the test once every 120 months, or 48 months after a previous flexible sigmoidoscopy. There’s no minimum age requirement.
You pay nothing for this test if your doctor or other qualified health care provider accepts
However, if a polyp or other tissue is found and removed during the colonoscopy, you may pay 20% of the
of your doctor’s services and a
in a hospital setting. The Part B