New from CMS

For our members providing ancillary services :

regardless of ordering MD you must bill under Part B Supervising MD
“Incident to” Policy proposed rule is now final.
CMS is amending § 410.26(b)(5) by revising the final
sentence to make clear that the physician (or other practitioner) directly supervising the auxiliary personnel need not be the same physician (or other practitioner) that is treating the patient more broadly, and adding a sentence to specify that only the physician (or other practitioner) that supervises the auxiliary personnel that provide incident to services may bill Medicare Part B for those incident to services


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