This week’s Medicare updates include an application of a payment adjustment for IPPS low-volume hospitals, an OIG review which found 100% non-compliance with billing regulations for intensity-modulated radiation therapy planning services, a fact sheet on submitting data for MIPS through the claims data submission process, and more!
This week’s Medicare updates include an advisory opinion on whether an excluded individual could be employed by an entity involved in federal healthcare programs; a pair of fact sheets on the cost and advancing care information performance category policies for MIPS in 2018; a video for medical offices on the new Medicare cards; and more!
This week’s Medicare updates include a list of new topics proposed for recovery audit contractor review, a final decision memo on a cardiology device NCD, a diagnosis code update for add-on payments for a blood clotting factor, and more!
This week’s Medicare updates include a fact sheet on the transition to new Medicare cards, a table to clarify alternative payment models’ statuses in the Quality Payment Program, a review of a health system’s compliance with inpatient rehabilitation facility service billing requirements, and more!
This week’s Medicare updates include a fact sheet on the 2018 EHR Incentive Program payment adjustment; transmittals regarding the January 2018 updates to the OPPS, ambulatory surgery center payment system, and physician fee schedule; a memo detailing three categories of sanctions for proficiency testing referrals; and more!
This week’s Medicare updates include two new advisory opinions; updates to the Physician Compare, Long-Term Care Hospital Compare, and Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Compare websites; a republished version of the OPPS final rule to include a previously omitted section, and more!
This week’s Medicare updates include an extension for S-10 worksheet submission, implementation plans for computed radiography payment reductions, a new national coverage article for a genetic sequencing diagnostic test for cancer patients, and more!