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Regulations: HHS publishes ICD-10, HIPAA transactions proposed rules, and more

Medicare Insider, September 3, 2008

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ICD-10 proposed rule published in Federal Register

On August 22, HHS published the ICD-10 proposed rule in the Federal Register. As reported in the August 19 issue of Medicare Weekly Update, CMS had previously published a display copy of the proposed rule on its Web site.

View the proposed rule.

To comment on the proposed rule, click here.

HIPAA transactions proposed rule published in Federal Register

On August 22, HHS published in the Federal Register a proposed rule updating the HIPAA transactions standards. As reported in the August 26 issue of Medicare Weekly Update, CMS had previously published a display copy of the proposed rule on its Web site.

View the proposed rule.

To comment on the proposed rule, click here.

Correction to the Provider Reimbursement Determinations and Appeals final rule published in Federal Register

On August 21, CMS published in the Federal Register a correction to the previously published Provider Reimbursement Determinations and Appeals final rule. As reported in the May 27 issue of Medicare Weekly Update, the final rule updates, clarifies, and revises various provisions of the regulations governing provider reimbursement determination, appeals before the Provider Reimbursement Review Board, appeals before the intermediaries, and administrator review of decisions made by the Board.

View the correction.

View the final rule.

Fiscal year (FY) 2009 hospital Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) final rule published in Federal Register

On August 19, CMS published the FY 2009 IPPS final rule in the Federal Register. The display copy of the final rule had previously been published on the CMS Web site, as reported in the August 5 issue of Medicare Weekly Update.

View the 2009 IPPS final rule.



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2 comments on “Regulations: HHS publishes ICD-10, HIPAA transactions proposed rules, and more

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