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CMS Wants Physicians to Speak Up on Reducing E/M Services Documentation Burden (March 21)

CMS is hosting a call on March 21, 2018 to get feedback from physicians and non-physician practitioners on Evaluation and Management (E/M) services. According to the CMS announcement, the agency is looking for information from stakeholders on how the E/M guidelines can be updated “to reduce burden and better align coding and documentation with the … Continue Reading

OIG Determines Most Medicare Chiropractic Service Claims Don’t Comply with Medicare Rules

The OIG estimates that CMS made $358.8 million in improper Medicare payments for chiropractic services in 2013 – totaling 82 percent of Medicare chiropractic services in that period (note, however, that these findings were based on a small pool of 105 services for which Medicare paid $2,712). According to the OIG, the documentation provided by … Continue Reading
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