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Modified: 12/7/2009
This edition includes information about the 2010 therapy caps and final changes to policies and payment rates for services furnished during calendar year 2010.
Modified: 11/5/2009
This edition includes information on the payment allowances for the influenza vaccine, coverage of the F-18 flouro-D-glucose (FDG) PET study for biopsy proven tumors, and a message from Dr. Blumenthal regarding meaningful use of electronic health records.
Modified: 9/30/2009
This publication includes information on the October update of the Medicare physician fee schedule database, coverage and reimbursement of the H1N1, and release of the revised CMS-855 Medicare enrollment applications.
Modified: 9/4/2009
This edition provides information on electronic health records and grants that will be made available in 2010 to doctors and hospitals that meaningfully use electronic health records.
Modified: 8/6/2009
This edition contains the 2009 DMEPOS HCPCS codes jurisdiction list and information on the annual update of the ICD-9-CM and the Medicare remit easy print software.
Modified: 7/6/2009
This publication includes information on the quarterly updates to the correct coding initiative edits, ambulatory surgical center payment system and policy changes, drug and biological HCPCS codes, and the Medicare physician fee schedule database.
Modified: 6/2/2009
This publication includes a detailed overview of the HIPPA 5010, information for suppliers who choose not to become accredited, and an available tool to assist with converting International Classification of Diseases codes.
Modified: 5/8/2009
This publication includes information on average sale pricing files, billing costs of clinical trials, self-disclosure protocol, Internet-based enrollment, eliminating re-admissions, and information on the upcoming webcast on fee schedule resources.
Modified: 4/6/2009
This edition contains the annual Part B registration form. Qualifying providers need to complete and fax the form prior to April 30 to register for free delivery of the hardcopy Part B publication.
Modified: 3/6/2009
This publication includes information about a new payment indicator file for ambulatory surgical centers and steps to enroll or make changes to your Medicare enrollment information.
Modified: 2/6/2009
This publication includes information about the January 2009 update of the ASC payment system, the final ICD-10 code sets, and updated electronic transaction standards rules.
Modified: 1/8/2009
This publication include information about the payment rate increase for ground ambulance services and the new workload numbers for the J9 Medicare administrative contractor.
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