Physicians Should Furnish Patient Record Data To HCFA Auditors - Committee
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Physicians who order diagnostic tests should supply HCFA auditors with relevant portions of patient medical records to support medical necessity in post-payment reviews when documentation is not sufficient to satisfy Medicare validity claims, according to a tentative consensus reached by the Health Care Financing Administration's Negotiated Rulemaking Committee for clinical diagnostic tests Sept. 14-16 in Washington D.C.
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