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Pay per view: CMS discusses new Medically Unlikely Edits, inpatient versus observation status during recent ODF call

APCs Insider, April 18, 2008

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CMS hosted its most recent hospital Open Door Forum (ODF) call March 13 in which it addressed several topics related to outpatient hospital services, including the new Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN) of Noncoverage, National Provider Identifier (NPI), as well as questions from providers about self-administered drug billing, Medically Unlikely Edits (MUE), and more. Following is a summary of the call.

Click here to read more about MUEs and other Open Door Forum topics. Briefings on APCs subscribers have free access to this article in the April issue via their online subscriptions.

 



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