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CMS Puts Patients Over Paperwork

CMS puts patients over paperwork with a new rule that addresses the prior authorization process. The new rule will empower patients, lower costs, and give providers the ability to give better care to their patients. Continue reading below to learn more about the new final rule. Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)…

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Tracheostomy and Bronchoscopy Operative Reports

The reports below describe a patient undergoing a tracheostomy operation and a bronchoscopy operation. Both procedures have been documented in detail, describing the step-by-step process used by doctors to carry out each surgery. Keep reading for more on how each procedure was performed. Do you have a complicated surgery case that needs help with coding?…

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Will the Health Industry Emerge Stronger in 2021?

The pandemic may have negatively impacted many things, but the health industry may emerge stronger in 2021 because of Covid-19 impacts. Virtual care, clinical trials, and digital relationships between patients and physicians are a few of many areas that executives should focus on. Continue reading below to learn more about how healthcare might change or…

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Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

From our RT Welter family to yours, we hope you all have a merry holiday season and a safe, healthy, and happy New Year! We are grateful for the support and appreciation for the work that we do and are excited to continue in 2021! In observance of the holidays, RT Welter will be closing…

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CMS Updated Payment Information for Covid-19

CMS updated payment information for Covid-19 treatments. This new update includes the reimbursement of monoclonal antibody treatments authorized by the FDA. Continue reading below to learn more. Monoclonal antibody products are paid under the Medicare Part B COVID-19 vaccine benefit and therefore are not eligible for a New COVID-19 Treatments Add-on Payment. CMS released new…

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