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Last Modified: 4/9/2018 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

New 2015 MPFS fields FAQ

Q. What are all the new fields on the 2015 Medicare physician fee schedule (MPFS) and how are they used? What do they mean to me?
A. The five new fields apply to nonpartcipating providers and represent limiting charges for eligible professionals who are subject to eRx, EHR, and/or PQRS negative payment adjustments. More information may be found at MLN MattersŪ articles MM7514 external pdf file, MM8703 external pdf file, and MM 8667 external pdf file. See also the following Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) quick reference guides: Quick-Reference Guide for Understanding the 2014 Electronic Prescribing (eRx) Payment Adjustment external pdf file and Understanding the 2015 Medicare Payment Adjustments external pdf file
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