If you bill G2211, it is important that you document the reason for billing the code. Supporting documentation must demonstrate two elements.
This article provides a high-level overview of the requirements for using the JW and JZ modifier. Learn more...
Allergists are expected to experience a -1.9% reimbursement impact due to the lower 2024 conversion factor (which takes into account the 1.25% legislative incr…
Lawmakers have begun to focus on one option: expanding site-neutral payments for services in off-campus Hospital Outpatient Departments.
This expert group is now looking at a variety of value-based care arrangements that can benefit allergists
Revisions to the 2024 CPT code set clarify the reporting of evaluation and management (E/M) services to decrease burden of documentation
The Advocacy Council strongly encourages you to view this information as soon as possible for two reasons.
For years, physicians have faced reduced payments from commercial health plans using virtual credit cards and third-party electronic payment vendors for standa…
This article summarizes key proposals concerning the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) that would impact allergy practices.
This article provides a summary of key proposals and changes to the traditional MIPS program that will impact allergists.
A new national AMA study, supported by the College and 173 health care organizations, to collect data on physician practice expenses.
Since this rule was implemented, we have received very few reports of audits denying claims using unspecified codes - until recently
Medicare will require the use of the new JZ modifier for single-dose containers when there are no discarded amounts of a drug/biologic.
Good faith estimates and medical debt collection will likely impact your practice and your patients in 2023.
The Advocacy Council regularly receives queries from members on how to correctly code. Many are common issues, including for coding unconfirmed diagnoses.
To help providers come into compliance with the HIPAA Rules on telehealth, OCR is providing a 90-day transition period ending August 9, 2023.
These reports make nonbinding recommendations to Congress and also assess various aspects of Medicare payment policy.
A/I was one of 16 specialty groups to experience a 2% cut in Medicare payments as a result of the 2023 Medicare PFS final rule and the CAA.
On Jan. 31 the Biden Administration indicated that the Public Health Emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic will end on May 11, 2023.
Policymakers are starting to take notice of how prior authorization requirements are worsening the administrative burden on providers and ultimately impacting …