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In This Issue...Free Eye Exams for Medicare Beneficiaries with Diabetes, End Stage Renal Disease, Final Medical Review Policies, 2001 HCPCS Annual Update
In This Issue...Medicare Beneficiaries Participating in Qualifying Clinical Trials, SNFs, Final Medical Review Policies
The HCFA has issued a list of long descriptor corrections to include the trade/brand names and/or model numbers to the specific assigned C-code for devices eligible for transitional pass-through payments.
Due to the direct relationship between coding and reimbursement, it is particularly important that providers reimbursed under the PPS used the appropriate ICD-9-CM coding.
In this issue topics include prospective payment system, reclassification of certain urban hospitals, and final medical review policies.
This is a special issue for the Electronic Mailing Listservs for Outpatient Prospective Payment Initiative.
The decision to postpone the implementation from the scheduled date of July 1, 2000, to August 1, 2000, was reached after careful consideration of the...
The CELIP project was scheduled for national implementation on April 1, 2000.
Final instructions for implementation of the OPPS.
In this issue...Prospective Payment System, Physical Medicine Coding Guidelines, New CLIA Waived Tests, Final Medical Review Policies
The Medicare Part A outpatient fee schedule for clinical laboratory services was published in the December 1999 issue. However, some procedures were missing from the fee schedule list.
In this issue...Year 2000 Processing Schedule Implementation, Update to the ESRD Blood Pricing List, 2000 Outpatient Services Fee Schedule
Our goal for the year 2000 rollover is to ensure a smooth and risk free transition to the new millennium.
First Coast Service Options (First Coast) strives to ensure that the information available on our provider website is accurate, detailed, and current. Therefore, this is a dynamic site and its content changes daily. It is best to access the site to ensure you have the most current information rather than printing articles or forms that may become obsolete without notice.