The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General issued a report last week that raises new and alarming concerns about the damage to patients of fail-first requirements
It took nearly a year, but CMS is finally reversing the deletion of codes for vitreous hemorrhage, macular hole and macular pucker
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services says it will allow Medicare Part D to limit treatment options, setting up a potential showdown between glaucoma patients and their insurance carriers over their medically necessary treatments.
From Medicare policy to regulations on devices our patients use, the Academy is documenting our top advocacy efforts in the 2018 Advocacy Mid-Year Report, available on the web and for download.
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