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An anesthesia group noticed that it had stopped receiving payments from a major private payer. The practice couldn’t figure out what happened.
Unlicensed medical residents can enroll in the Medicare program as ordering and referring physicians, thanks to a new CMS mandate.
With everything a physician practice has to keep track of -- the new merit-based incentive payment system (MIPS), ICD-10 code changes, enrollment changes and more -- you might feel overwhelmed. But we've got you covered.
What’s the worst thing that could happen to a practice if one of its partners hasn’t refunded and overpayment to the state’s Medicaid program? Under the proposed enrollment rule released on Feb. 25, the practice could have its application denied or revoked if it doesn’t report the debt during the enrollment or revalidation process.

Image from cms.govCMS has made good on its promise to publish a list of all providers who have received a revalidation letter. The first wave of revalidations was sent out in late September, and consisted of 89,000 providers nationwide. This most recent list includes 105,053 providers, and was uploaded Nov. 17 on the CMS website.


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