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The HCFA has recently implemented new procedures to allow public access to medical coverage policies that are under review by Medicare.
You as a health care provider are an important partner in promoting the benefits of influenza and pneumonia vaccination.
In This Issue...Y2K Future Date Testing Available, Promoting Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccinations, Final Medical Review Policies
In This Issue...Information About the Re-designed Medicare A Bulletin, Are You Ready for the Year 2000?
Starting June 1, 1999, the Bulletin will have a new format, and all Part A providers will receive the same edition.
The Medicare A Bulletin G-371 advised providers of enhancements to the automated response unit.
During May, calls relevant to issues that can be answered by the ARU will still be handled by the CSRs.
An estimated four million Americans have been infected with HCV, of whom about 7 percent may have acquired their infection from blood transfusions.
The final LMRPs A93015, A93312, A93350 and A93975 were previously published to the provider community for “notice and comment.”
Providers are required to determine whether Medicare is a primary or secondary payer for each inpatient admission of a Medicare beneficiary and...
A public use file containing the wage data from cost reports beginning during Federal fiscal year (FY) 1996 was made available as of February 5, 1999.
The interest rate to be paid on clean, non-PIP claims exceeding the claims processing timeliness criteria is determined by...
It has been brought to our attention that many SNFs have been contacted by consultants who are providing misleading...
Electronic claims submitted to the intermediary on or after April 5, 1999, that are not Y2K compliant will be returned as unprocessable.
This bulletin includes several articles on specific implementation, changes and or revisions affecting the Medicare Part A coverage guidelines, and...
In accordance with the HCFA guidelines, a minimum 30-day advance notice is required when initially implementing all final Medicare Part A LMRPs.
This bulletin provides new End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Blood Pricing.
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