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Strong documentation puts OSA coverage trouble to sleep

APCs Insider, May 29, 2009

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CMS’ March 3 decision memo that broadens coverage of sleep testing for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) looks like good news for facilities treating this disorder—and it is, if they follow the rules.
 
OIG attention and the details of CMS’ coverage decision still make this a potential problem for healthcare organizations.
 
Continue reading “Strong documentation puts OSA coverage trouble to sleep” on the HCPro’s Web site. Briefings on APCs subscribers have free access to this article in the June issue via their online subscriptions.



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