CodeMap® Compliance Briefing: April 3, 2019
As promised, this week we will conclude our 3-part series of CodeMap® Compliance Briefings concerning panels and profiles. The last 2 briefings discussed the coding, billing, and compliance issues of organ and disease-oriented panels. This briefing will explore the use of custom panels. In limited circumstances, custom panels may be appropriately used if the laboratory and ordering physicians adhere to rigorous compliance policies and procedures. Today, we will discuss when exactly custom panels may be used, and the necessary compliance policies and procedures that should govern such groupings of tests. As usual, please forward any questions, comments, and/or suggestions to us via email.
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