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Complying with Documentation Requirements for Laboratory Services

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The majority of improper payments for laboratory services identified by the.
Comprehensive Error Rate Testing (CERT) Program were due to insufficient
documentation. Insufficient documentation means that something was missing
from the medical records. For example, the medical record was missing: ○
Documentation to …

Medicare Claims Processing Manual, Chapter 16 – Laboratory

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May 18, 2012 Chapter 16 – Laboratory Services. Table of Contents. (Rev. 3875, 10-06-17).
Transmittals for Chapter 16. 10 – Background. 10.1 – Definitions. 10.2 – General
Explanation of Payment. 20 – Calculation of Payment Rates – Clinical Laboratory
Test Fee Schedules. 20.1 – Initial Development of Laboratory Fee …

Clinical Diagnostic Laboratory Services – CMS.gov

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Oct 1, 2014 (within the meaning of section 1862(a)(1)(A) of the Social Security Act);. • The
appropriate use of procedure codes in billing for a laboratory test service,
including the unbundling of laboratory services;. • The medical documentation
that is required by a Medicare contractor at the time a claim is submitted for …

LABORATORY CURRENT PROCEDURAL TERMINOLOGY (CPT …

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Jun 2, 2000 Laboratory CPT Codes and Modifiers Patch LR*5.2*263 Test Plan: This test plan
may be used as a guide … http://vista.med.va.gov/softserv/clin_nar.row/lab/index.
html. Anonymous Software Accounts ….. laboratory test names listed on the report
will not receive PCE workload reporting credit), and code(s) …

Laboratory Safety Guidance – OSHA

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5(a)(1), requires employers to provide their employees with a work– place free
from recognized … More than 500,000 workers are employed in labora- tories in
the U.S. The laboratory environment can be a hazardous place to work.
Laboratory workers are exposed to ….. tests. • Any medical condition revealed in
the course.

Standardization of Laboratory Test Coding Through Collaboration

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Aug 23, 2016 LOINC®: Common Name Project. – Sonya Strider, PhD, MT (ASCP). ▫ LOINC®:
Clinical Laboratory Test Menu Coding Project. – Graylin Mitchell, MPH, MT. ▫
LOINC:® CDC Laboratory Test Menu Coding Project. – Nancy Cornish, MD
FCAP, FASCP. ▫ SNOMED CT®: Laboratory Specimen Coding Project.

patient testing is important. patient testing is important. patient …

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Jan 10, 2011 PATIENT TESTING. IS IMPORTANT. SET? TEST! READY? Office of Surveillance,
Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services. Laboratory Science, Policy, and Practice
Program Office … This booklet describes recommended practices for physicians,
nurses, medical assistants, …. Terms and Abbreviations .

Handbook for Providers of Laboratory Services Chapter … – Illinois.gov

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Handbook for Laboratory Services. Chapter L-200 – Policy and Procedures. HFS
L-200 (iv). Acronyms and Definitions. Department of Healthcare and Family
Services (HFS) or (Department): The. Department of Healthcare and Family
Services (HFS) or (Department) is the agency that administers Illinois' Medical
Assistance …

CLIA Regulation of Unestablished Laboratory Tests – OIG .HHS .gov

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by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) and are
subject to. CLIA regulation. … Cell Analysis and other unestablished laboratory
tests such as Biological Terrain. Assessment, hair analysis ….. For the purposes
of this study, we use the term “unestablished laboratory tests” to mean tests that
are not …

Chapter 111-8-10, Proposed Rules for Clinical Laboratories …

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these rules and regulations shall have the meaning hereinafter respectively
ascribed to them: (a) Analyte means a substance or constituent for which the
laboratory conducts testing;. (b) Board means the Board of Human
ResourcesCommunity Health of the State of. Georgia;. (c) Clinical Laboratory
means a facility for the …

Developing a Proficiency Testing Plan for your Laboratory – NIST

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Whether responding to new requirements from accreditation bodies, or ensuring
that your laboratory quality system meets the requirements of ISO 17025,
developing a documented plan for Proficiency Testing benefits the laboratory.
Formal development of a Proficiency Testing Plan provides a long term “roadmap
” for …

Patient Progress Note & Dictation Standard – HRSA

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condition, diagnosis, physician recommended return or other factor that is reason
for encounters. • This is a statement in the patient's own words. A Chief Complaint
is not the following: o A one word symptom o FU o Follow- up o OV o Office Visit o
EST o Establish care o Medication Recheck or Refill o Lab or X-ray Results.

laboratory ergonomics – USDA APHIS

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Definition: Fitting the job to the worker. □. Goals: □. Work in … disorders within
the laboratory. □ How to properly set up your laboratory work area. □ Exercises
and stretches to relieve tension. □ How to obtain reasonable accommodations.
…. The percentage of medical problems reported with long-term microscope use
by …

Clinical Laboratories – CT.gov

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19a-36-D20. Definitions. Current with materials published in Connecticut Law
Journal through 06/01/2006. Clinical Laboratories. 19a-36-D20. Definitions … the
laboratory. (10) "Moderate complexity tests" means laboratory tests categorized
as moderate complexity in accordance with CLIA. (11) "Non-waived laboratory …

Laboratory Test: Chlamydia (CT) and Gonorrhea (GC) Nucleic Acid …

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CT/GC NAAT for any oral, vagina, urethral, urine or rectal specimen collected by
the STD ERRN or other medical provider. Note: Local policy defines laboratory
testing availability and test selection. Local health departments should identify in
the standing order the specific specimen to be tested, the specific test name and
 …

Clinical Drug Testing in Primary Care – SAMHSA Store

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Clinical Drug Testing in Primary Care. Technical Assistance. Publication (TAP)
32. HHS Publication No. (SMA) 12-4668. Rockville, MD: Substance. Abuse and
Mental Health Services. Administration, 2012 … Chapter 2—Terminology and
Essential. Concepts in …. Selecting the Initial Testing Site: Laboratory or Point-of-
Care .

Berkeley Lab Incident Statistics Fiscal Year 2018 (10/1/17 to 11/30/17)

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Oct 1, 2017 Ergo Exposure-Lab/Work Process. (Rec) An employee had shoulder and wrist
strain in September 2017 while working in awkward postures for several hours to
conduct surveys using hand held instruments weighing. ~4-5 pounds. Injury was
a initially a first aid, but later required medical treatment. Injury.

Case Definition and Lab Testing – Texas Department of State Health …

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Jun 27, 2014 Case Definition and Lab Tests. 7-4 o HIV-1 p24 antigen test o HIV isolation (viral
culture) o HIV nucleotide sequence (genotype) or. • For cases that do not meet
laboratory criteria: HIV infection diagnosed by a physician or qualified medical
care provider based on the laboratory criteria and documented in a.