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Expanded Authority for CMS to Deny Enrollment and Revoke Medicare Billing Privileges

Posted in Articles, Billing & Reimbursement, Medicare, Practice Management, Reimbursement

You may have heard that CMS recently expanded its authority to deny enrollment and revoke the Medicare billing privileges of providers and suppliers.  The new changes could affect any physician, group practice or other Medicare provider or supplier.  As the changes are wide reaching, all Medicare providers and suppliers, and anyone providing support services for… Continue Reading

Medicare Rules on Preventive Care Services

Posted in Billing & Reimbursement, Medicare

It is apparent that preventive care will take on greater importance in the "reformed " health care system and while Medicare historically did not cover routine or preventive screening services, the list of preventive services now covered by Medicare has grown in recent years.  Physicians should familiarize themselves with the applicable coverage and billing rules so… Continue Reading