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04/29/2020

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Don’t underestimate the ‘sidekicks’

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Friday, April 17, 2020
Sarah Hanna

With COVID-19 permeating every aspect of our lives and our media experience, we look for the good in our communities and continue to celebrate the front-line workers: health care staff, truckers, grocery store clerks, gas station attendants and the list continues.

Billing: Find missing puzzle piece

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03/11/2020

Q. How can outsourcing billing benefit me as a supplier and what should I consider when choosing to outsource?

CMS: New rates will be in place July 1

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03/03/2020

WASHINGTON – CMS has provided an update on billing for accessories for complex rehab manual wheelchairs, according to NCART.

eSolutions enhances DME platform

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02/26/2020

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – eSolutions has released an enhancement to its DME Eligibility platform called DME Same or Similar.

Are you ready to bill with MBIs?

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11/08/2019

ATLANTA – Providers must use Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers when billing Medicare beginning Jan. 1, 2020, the van Halem Group reminds them in a recent blog.

ACU-Serve tackles front of house

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08/30/2019

AKRON, Ohio – ACU-Serve can now take on what company officials say is the “hardest job” for HME providers: intake.

ACU-Serve adds intake services

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08/08/2019

AKRON, Ohio – ACU-Serve, which provides billing and collection services, has added intake services to its offerings and hired Linda Czekanski as director of intake and training. “ACU-Serve plans to rapidly grow the intake side of the business,” the company stated.

Billing: Meet all requirements

Q. Can there be a review on continued medical need vs. continued use and the requirements?
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08/29/2018

A. For ongoing supplies and rented DME items, in addition to information justifying the initial need of the items and/or supplies, there must be information in the medical record to support that the item continues to remain medically necessary.

Billing: Prepare by self-auditing

Q. A recent OIG report discussed replacement CPAP supplies that do not comply with the Medicare guidelines. What is the correct documentation to collect?
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07/30/2018

A. Don’t take for granted the documentation requirements for refill requests. CPAP supplies fall under the non-consumable guidelines, which are more durable requiring periodic replacement.

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