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How much do you know about the 21 communications-based and remote services that Medicare covers? Answer three questions that are based on the presentation for the upcoming Remote Control: Bring New Remote E/M Services Online in Your Practice webinar, Jan. 28, 1-2 p.m., ET to find out.
  1. Fill in the blank: The 2020 CPT manual contains ____ new codes for physiologic monitoring services.
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CHICAGO, Nov. 20 - After several sessions covering the historic E/M code changes moving closer to reality, some audience members here at the CPT and RBRVS 2020 Annual Symposium had pointed questions for CMS officials about the billions of dollars potentially on the move under the physician fee schedule in 2021. 
CMS scaled back many of the proposed changes to chronic and transitional care management services (CMS), but a few made it to the final rule. Next year you’ll have an add-on code for chronic care management code provided by clinical staff and two codes for management of a single high-risk condition.
The 2020 physician fee schedule is under regulatory review, but that doesn't mean you can't gain a glimpse of the public comments about the pending E/M changes that CMS will be taking into consideration.

Think you know your hospital E/M coding? Take a shot at four questions that will be featured during our Sept. 17 E/M webinar to test your know-how.


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