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Starting July 1, practices will have a diverse collection of new CPT Category III codes to use for procedures including pulmonary artery denervation, two-chamber leadless pacemaker implant and percutaneous sacroiliac joint fusion.
A practice management company risks disruptive investigations, bad publicity and costly settlements if it is accused of submitting fraudulent claims for a provider.
 
Come April 1, coders will have additional code options to further capture social determinants of health (SDOH) and abuse and neglect, as CDC released upcoming changes to both the code set and official guidelines on Jan. 9.
 
 
On the heels of the omnibus spending bill that President Biden signed into law Dec. 29, CMS has posted a revised conversion factor of $33.8872, replacing the $33.0607 amount originally released with the final 2023 Medicare physician fee schedule.
 
On Jan. 4 CMS issued new guidelines for the use of non-medical services under Medicaid managed care programs and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) – further advancing the agency’s agenda to use such means to meet beneficiaries’ social determinants of health (SDOH).

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