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Medicare doesn't pay for "P-stim," but this Willow Street, Pa., provider gave it shot, and is now paying the feds $178,000 to get out from under a False Claims Act rap.

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.

DecisionHealth, the publisher of Part B News, is currently seeking speakers to present at the 2020 National Provider Enrollment Forum, to be held April 19-22 in New Orleans.
A patient presents to the emergency department after falling off a ladder. The ED physician examines him and determines that the patient has fractured his distal radius and ulna. The physician then applies a short arm splint to stabilize the fractures and instructs him to follow up with an orthopedic surgeon. How should this service be coded?


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