Are you providing TMD treatment and having a hard time receiving payment from Medical? Take a look at the law for your state!
By Christine Taxin | Published November 3rd, 2019 - Last Review/Update November 7th, 2019
TM TREATMENT AND THIRD PARTY INSURANCE COVERAGEMinnesota, in 1987, became the first state to adopt legislation requiring health insurance policies issued within the state to include coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of temporomandibular (TMD) joint disorders and craniomandibular (CMD) disorders on the same basis as other joint disorders. At ...
Electrical Stimulation and Electromagnetic Therapy Devices
By Raquel Shumway | Published May 13th, 2019 - Last Review/Update May 20th, 2019
Electrical Stimulation and Electromagnetic Therapy Devices can be used for pain, muscle atrophy, help spinal cord injuries, treat symptoms caused by other medical conditions and can be used in the treatment of wounds. This Regence BC/BS article lists codes and devices and gives guidance on coding from Medicare Advantage viewpoint.
Hospital Billing For Take-Home Drugs (Rev. 3085, Effective: Upon Implementation of ICD-10)
By Jared Staheli | Published July 9th, 2015
All hospitals, including critical access hospitals (CAHs), bill the appropriate DME MAC for take-home supplies of oral anti-cancer drugs, oral anti-emetic drugs and multi-day supplies of immunosuppressive drugs, as well as the associated supplying fees. All inhalation drugs and the associated dispensing fees are also billed to the DME MAC.