Code Bundling for CT of the Abdomen, Pelvis Significantly Reduces Imaging Reimbursements

Medicare code bundling of CT of the abdomen and pelvis results in a large reduction in reimbursements for imaging, according to a study published in the May issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology .

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Debate Over Medicare Coverage of CT Lung Cancer Screening Begins

The Medicare Evidence Development & Coverage Advisory Committee (MedCAC) convened today and representatives from organizations such as the American College of Radiology and the Lung Cancer Alliance went before the committee to contend for national Medicare coverage of low dose CT (LDCT) screening for patients who are at a high risk for lung cancer.

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CMS Should Not Pay for Regular CT Screenings for Heavy Smokers, Panel Says

Medicare panel determined that there is not enough evidence to justify annual CT scans to detect early lung cancer in heavy smokers. The CMS’s nine-member Medicare Evidence Development and Coverage Advisory Committee voted Wednesday against paying for the screening tool.

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Delving into Digital Breast Tomosynthesis

You hear about it on the radio, on TV and see it in the health system newsletter. Your facility has bought in or is close to sending out an RFP. The buzz is all about digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT). Experts weigh in on its prowess, performance and power in cutting recalls. Is it ready for primetime?

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