Airway Management shares the HCPCS code it received for flexTAP, an oral appliance designed to treat mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea.
Effective April 1, 2014, National Government Services will begin rejecting claims for CPAP equipment and accessories with American National Standards Institute (ANSI) code CO-4, “procedure code is inconsistent with the modifier used, or a required modifier is missing.”Read More
Sleep testing is clearly on the OIG’s radar. A recently released report by the agency identified nearly $17 million in questionable billing for PSG services. A lawyer analyzes the OIG’s report and provides recommendations you can implement today.Read More
This course provides physicians with the knowledge of coding processes, current sleep medicine codes, incentive programs, and working with payors.Read More
Medicare’s PDAC has revised the billing codes for RemZzzs CPAP Mask Liners to a non-covered item. The company is asking sleep professionals to submit testimonials to help it restore the reimbursable status.Read More
NAS Jurisdiction D DME MAC Medical Review will be launching a widespread prepayment probe review of claims for HCPCS codes E0470 and E0471.Read More
DME MAC contractors for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services revised their local coverage determinations (LCDs) for positive airway pressure (PAP) devices. “The revision addresses physician credentialing and the interpretation ofRead More