AMA Recognizes NCMS Involvement in Delaying CMS Place-of-Service Coding Requirements

The American Medical Association (AMA) recently recognized the NCMS for its involvement in requesting the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) delay obscure place-of-service coding requirements, set to take effect April 1, in an email alert sent to AMA members. The efforts of the AMA, the NCMS and other state and specialty medical societies, convinced CMS to delay the coding implementation until October 2012. Click here to view the email alert, which should be available shortly.

 Related NCMS Bulletin article:

NCMS Persuades CMS to Delay Obscure Place-of-Service Coding Requirements (3-30-12)

 
 

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