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Last Modified: 9/26/2020 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

Medicare Part B CLFS: Revised information for laboratories on collecting and reporting data for the private payor rate-based payment system

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Section 1834A of the Act, as established by Section 216 of the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014 (PAMA), required significant changes to how Medicare pays for clinical diagnostic laboratory tests under the Medicare Part B clinical laboratory fee schedule (CLFS). Topics covered in special edition MLN Matters® article SE19006 include:
Applicable laboratory
Applicable information
Schedule for data collection and reporting
Reporting entity
Implementation schedule
Here is a link to special edition MLN Matters® article SE19006 external pdf file.
Source: SE19006
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