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Modified: 11/30/1999
December 1999 Special Issue Update! - HCPCS for fiscal year 2000.
Modified: 10/25/1999
November/December 1999 Update!
Modified: 10/14/1999
July/August 1999 Update!
Modified: 10/13/1999
September/October 1999 Update!
Modified: 5/1/1999
May/June 1999 Update!
Modified: 5/1/1999
This special edition contains information regarding changes to ambulance fee schedules.
Modified: 5/1/1999
May 1999 Special Issue Update! - Ambulance
Modified: 3/1/1999
March/April 1999 Update!
Modified: 1/1/1999
January/February 1999 Update!
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