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04/13/2020
Under the COVID-19 emergency, there are multiple opportunities for financially impacted Medicare providers to get money from government agencies or associated banks — either as loans or as an advance on their reimbursements.
04/13/2020
As telehealth is granted unprecedented freedoms during the COVID-19 crisis, your providers are not only eligible to add additional services to their list but they can now provide direct supervision electronically as well.
04/13/2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing disruptions throughout society, and government agencies aren’t immune from the need to make changes to normal practices.
04/13/2020
In the middle of a pandemic that has killed thousands and has the potential to hospitalize millions throughout America, a renewed support for Medicare for All has risen to its highest point in nine months, according to a new Morning Consult/Politico poll.
04/13/2020
Question: The COVID-19 emergency has forced us to see nearly all our patients by telehealth only, and soon we may have to close down altogether, at least temporarily. Do we have to worry about patient abandonment trouble after this emergency lifts?
04/13/2020
Use of prolonged service codes went up between 2017 and 2018 and — since CMS is increasingly making use of them, especially for telehealth — it promises to go up more. But watch out for some denial traps. 

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