These cuts could be devastating to allergists’ practices if allowed to take effect.
For the 2023 performance year, CMS kept the performance threshold at 75 points.
The more than 3,300-page document will take some time to review and summarize, but our first quick and focused look provides the following...
This legislation would require the FAA to review the mandatory contents of airline Emergency Medical Kits (EMK) at least every three years.
Medicare has very specific documentation requirements that you’ll want to become familiar with and include in your patient notes.
The four PCM codes are intended to reimburse physicians for the additional work they do caring for high risk, complex patients.
The Advocacy Council previously informed members that, beginning on April 5, 2021, health care providers (including allergy practices) must comply with the Off…
The College’s Advocacy Council has the information you need on new ICD-10 codes. The 2023 ICD-10 codes became effective Oct. 1. Any claims on or after Oct. 1 s…
The Advocacy Council is excited to provide College members with special discounted pricing on OPTUM360 coding books.
Most waivers and flexibilities will terminate at the conclusion of the PHE, and several have already been terminated.
For the 2023 performance year, CMS is required to weigh the cost and quality performance categories equally.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) previously established this “immediate availability” requirement to mean in-person – not virtual – availab…
Medicare rules require that a physician (or other supervising practitioner) be on-site at the location where allergy extract vials are prepared.
Medicare Administrative Contractors publicly announced removal of Tezspire from their Self-Administration Drug (SAD) exclusion lists.
After more than a year of trying to pass the Build Back Better Act, Congress passed a slimmer version, the Inflation Reduction Act.
The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency could end before Congress determines how to permanently expand these coverage policies.
Only allergists with billing patterns significantly higher than either their peer group or national averages will receive a CBR.
Due to the efforts of the Advocacy Council and other medical organizations, Tezspire administration remains in the physician office setting.
HHS recently issued guidance clarifying how providers may use remote communication technologies for audio-only telehealth services after the conclusion of the …
This event was organized by the National Peanut Board.