Improper DME Billing is on OIG 2018 Work Plan | Billing Off-the-shelf Orthotic Devices L0648, L0650, L1833 part of OIG 2018 Work Plan
Feb12

Improper DME Billing is on OIG 2018 Work Plan | Billing Off-the-shelf Orthotic Devices L0648, L0650, L1833 part of OIG 2018 Work Plan

Billing Off-the-shelf Orthotic Devices L0648, L0650, L1833 part of OIG 2018 Work Plan According to OIG’s report, since 2014 DME claims for three OTS – Off the shelf orthotic devices have increase by 97 percent and the allowed charges have grown by significantly 116 percent, reaching a whopping $349 million alone in 2016. On January 16, 2018, the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General or the OIG...

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Who are exempted from the DMEPOS accreditation and or surety bond | Are Physicians Exempted with the DME Accreditation Requirements
Feb10

Who are exempted from the DMEPOS accreditation and or surety bond | Are Physicians Exempted with the DME Accreditation Requirements

Are Physicians Exempted with the DME Accreditation Requirements? So “Who are exempted from the DMEPOS from accreditation and or surety bond?” for medical billing DME. This blog post will give you more clarification. This article will focus only on Physicians and Non-Physician Practitioners and Providers also included are for the Physical Therapy and Occupation Therapy Service Providers: According to the current guideline, the...

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