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Last Modified: 1/11/2018 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A

Rural health clinic (RHC) and federally qualified health center (FQHC) ‘Medicare Benefit Policy Manual’ Chapter 13 update

Effective date: January 22, 2018
Implementation date: January 22, 2018

Summary

The 2018 update of Chapter 13 of the Medicare Benefit Policy Manual – rural health clinic (RHC) and federally qualified health center (FQHC) services – provides information on requirements and payment policies for RHCs and FQHCs, as authorized by Section 1861(aa) of the Social Security Act. This chapter now includes payment policy for care management in RHCs and FQHCs as finalized in the 2018 physician fee schedule final rule. All other revisions serve to clarify existing policy.
Here is the link to the MLN MattersŪ article MM10350 external pdf file.
Source: MM10350
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