In 2010, CMS introduced a series of new behavioral and mental health codes which I think are best described by a helpful document from the Family Medicine Digital Library: New billing codes acknowledge psychology’s role in physical health care Psychologists now have a more accurate, refined way of billing for services provided to patients with …
Archive for month: April, 2011
No, my blog has not been taken over by spammers. It’s for real. Our friends at CDC are doing a survey about immunization usage and they are giving away 10 iPads to among those who participate. Hard to beat the opportunity, especially for PCC clients for whom the data collection process takes 3 minutes. While …
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