IG AUDIT OF MEDICARE PAYMENTS FOR DME INCONTINENCE SUPPLIES PLANNED
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
IG AUDIT OF MEDICARE PAYMENTS FOR DME INCONTINENCE SUPPLIES PLANNED by HHS, Inspector General June Gibbs Brown said Sept. 19 at a National Association for Medical Equipment Services conference in Washington, D.C. The IG review of durable medical equipment incontinence supplies, Brown added, would include an evaluation of "increases in utilization, whether or not the beneficiaries are actually using the product, suppliers' marketing practices, and how medical necessity and coverage policy affects reimbursement."
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