US prosthetics, othotics payment panel to rule in October
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has set the dates for the first two meetings of its new negotiated rulemaking committee on payments for prosthetics and certain custom-fabricated orthotics. The panel of supplier group representatives and other potentially affected parties will meet inaugurally on October 1-3, and then again on October 29-31 to begin the task of achieving consensus so they can advise CMS on a proposed payment rule for these products.
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