CMS Stretches RAC Program To Benefit Medicare

There are heavy controversies surrounding the tactics used by the RAC audits to date. But despite this, they have been instrumental in saving Medicare significant money through the audits of Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B claims. In the year 2014, RAC returned $2.57 billion dollars in “improper payments” to the Medicare program. The…

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CMS Releases Draft Letter On Exchange Sold Health Plans

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) insists that Exchange Sold Health Plans should be based on a set of requirements. As such, it has released a list of requirements that these plans should be based on for the year 2017. The draft letter of the requirements is given out to the issuers in…

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