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A new survey of health care executives finds them at least as bothered by regulatory burdens such as prior authorization and QPP/MIPS as they’ve ever been. While modest reforms are coming to prior auth, however, the status quo isn’t likely to change in the near future.
Attendees of the CPT & RVBRVS 2024 Symposium tested their coding know-how during an interactive E/M question and answer session. The 43-minute presentation included poll questions that allowed attendees to enter answers to five questions that were part of the main session as well as answers to several questions about the new split or shared policy.
Two physicians’ recent social media reactions to the Israel-Gaza conflict, and their fallout, serve as a reminder that First Amendment defenses don’t always override contract terms. But when they do, it can mean legal trouble for employers.
Primary care management (PCM) services, the care management service for patients with one high-risk and complex, chronic illness, experienced a massive boost the year the codes migrated from the HCPCS to the CPT code set.


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