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Ask-the-contractor teleconference (ACT) notes

Modified: 4/22/2019
Questions and answers from our April 3, 2019, ACT webcast: Medicare basics part 2 – Claim submission and finalization. (A/B)
Modified: 4/16/2019
Questions and answers from our March 27, 2019, ACT webcast: Medicare basics part 1 – The Medicare program and eligibility. (A/B)
Modified: 4/6/2019
Questions and answers from our December 12, 2018, ACT webcast on Medicare secondary payer conditional and residual payment claims (Part A).
Modified: 10/8/2018
Questions and answers from our September 11, 2018, ACT webcast: What can SPOT do for you? (A/B)
Modified: 6/28/2018
Questions and answers from our May 23, 2018, ACT webcast on Cardiology: Documenting MPI procedures (B).
Modified: 3/23/2017
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