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Last Modified: 10/6/2021 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A

Diagnostic related group (DRG) calculation issue identified

A claims system issue was identified resulting in providers receiving the following error message in the Fiscal Intermediary Standard System (FISS) when performing a diagnostic related group (DRG) calculation for dates of service October 1 and after in the DRG Cost Disclosure Inquiry screen (MAP1782):
The issue has been resolved and providers should no longer receive this message.
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Current processing issues
Here is a link to a table of current processing issues for both Part A and Part B.
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