The American Alliance of Orthopaedic Executives (AAOE) adds the MotionMD® software platform by DJO® to the Peer Review Program™ for orthopedic and musculoskeletal vendors, connecting members with industry professionals. The AAOE Peer Review Program™ has been established to evaluate vendors of orthopedic products, services, and solutions. Approved vendors have demonstrated a strong reputation for advancing orthopedic practice objectives.
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CGS Medical Review Quarterly Reports by Policy
Analysis of claim denials for knee orthoses HCPCS codes L1833 and L1851 reviewed between April 1, 2021 and June 30, 2021 revealed a denial rate of 65.52%. Please click here for the top 10 reasons for claim denials.
Analysis of claim denials for AFO HCPCS codes L1902, L1906, L1971, L4396, and L4397 reviewed between April 1, 2021 and June 30, 2021 revealed a denial rate of 30.79%. Please click here for the top 10 reasons for claim denials.
Analysis of claim denials for lumbar sacral orthosis (LSO)HCPCS codes L0457, L0637, L0648, and L0650 reviewed between April 1, 2021 and June 30, 2021 revealed a denial rate of 38.37%. Please click here for the top 10 reasons for claim denials.
Analysis of claim denials for therapeutic shoes/inserts for diabetic persons HCPCS codes A5500 and A5512-A5514 reviewed between April 1, 2021 and June 30, 2021 revealed a denial rate of 88.35%. Please click here for the top 10 reasons for claim denials.
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Announcement is the first in a series of regulations aimed at shielding patients from increased financial hardships stemming from surprise medical bills
The Biden-Harris Administration, through the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), Labor, and Treasury, and the Office of Personnel Management, issued “Requirements Related to Surprise Billing; Part I,” an interim final rule that will restrict excessive out of pocket costs to consumers from surprise billing and balance billing. Surprise billing happens when people unknowingly get care from providers that are outside of their health plan’s network and can happen for both emergency and non-emergency care. Balance billing, when a provider charges a patient the remainder of what their insurance does not pay, is currently prohibited in both Medicare and Medicaid. This rule will extend similar protections to Americans insured through employer-sponsored and commercial health plans.
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No healthcare organization can afford to waste money, time, or personnel on outdated systems. In this issue of Becker’s Health CareReview, learn how our MotionMD®, VeriPro®, and OaraScore® software solutions can help improve efficiency, security, and benefit the industry in an interview with EVP of Healthcare Solutions Steve Ingel. Please click here to read the entire article. Becker’s Healthcare Article
Our first Virtual DME Conference was a success- In case you missed it, learn about how you can spend more time with the patient and deliver better outcomes across the entire patient journey. Please click here for more information. DJO DME Summit