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Comment Letter | Payment Reimbursement and Managed Care

HFMA Comments on CY 2021 OPPS/ASC Proposed Rule

Comment Letter | Payment Reimbursement and Managed Care

HFMA Comments on CY 2021 OPPS/ASC Proposed Rule

HFMA submitted comments to CMS on the CY 2021 OPPS/ASC proposed rule, published in the August 12, 2020, Federal Register. In the letter, comments pertained to the proposals related to:

  • Separately Payable Drugs Provided by 340B Hospitals
  • Proposed changes to the Inpatient Only (IPO) List
  • Proposed Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) Payment and Comment Indicator
  • Proposed Prior Authorization Process Requirements for Certain Outpatient Hospital Department Services

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