HCFA Should Expand Telemedicine Technologies, Reimbursement - NEMA
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The Health Care Financing Administration should expand the types of telemedicine technologies eligible for Medicare reimbursement, the National Association of Electrical Manufacturers argues in Jan. 8 comments on the agency's September 1998 proposed rule on prospective payment for hospital outpatient services.
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