CMS Releases New Rule on Medicare Medically Unlikely Edits

CMS announced changes to its Medicare Medically Unlikely Edits program, which screens claims for likely errors under Part B to avoid excess payments.

The program will begin using date-of-service edits instead of claim line edits to check for redundancies.

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