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Upcoming Publication Dates

  March -- April 7
  April -- May 5
  May -- June 5
  June -- July 10
  July -- August 4
  August -- September 1
  September -- October 6
Modified: 3/6/2017
This edition includes information regarding beneficiary liability and cost report days for long term care hospitals, an ICD-10 update for severe wound discharges, and evaluation and management services in a nursing facility.
Modified: 2/7/2017
This edition includes information regarding the January 2017 update of the hospital outpatient prospective payment system and the 21st Century Cures Act, which was enacted into law December 13, 2016.
Modified: 1/17/2017
This edition includes deductible, coinsurance and premium rates and a summary of policies in the 2017 Medicare physician fee schedule final rule.
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