Practice Alert: “Calendar Year (CY) 2022 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule”

Aug 16, 2021

 

In July 2021, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a proposed rule that announced proposed policy and practice changes for Medicare Part B payments beginning January 1, 2022.

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Practice Alert: Highlights of the Medicare Calendar Year 2021 Physician Final Rule

NASW

Dec 17, 2020

On December 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released the final rule for the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule. The rule is effective January 1, 2021, and applies to Medicare providers, including clinical social workers (CSWs). This NASW Practice Alert summarizes the rule provisions that apply to CSWs.

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Quality Measure Reporting not Required for Clinical Social Workers who Are Medicare Providers in 2020

Mirean Coleman, LICSW, CT, Clinical Manager

Feb 13, 2020

Although Clinic Workers will not be reporting quality measures in 2020 for Medicare, they should familiarize themselves with the Clinical Social Work measure list proposed for clinical social workers.

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Practice Alert: 2020 Updates on Medicare and Other Matters for Clinical Social Workers in Private Practice

Mirean Coleman, LICSW, CT, Clinical Manager

Jan 08, 2020

In 2020, there are several important national updates that clinical social workers (CSWs) should be aware of to help them maintain an effective business and clinical practice. These updates include the areas of coding, claims, quality payment, and reimbursement.

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PRACTICE ALERT USING 90837* IN PRIVATE PRACTICE

Mirean Coleman, Clincial Manager, LICSW, CT

Sep 18, 2018

In 2013, 90837 was one of several psychotherapy procedural codes introduced to health care professionals such as clinical social workers and the health insurance industry.

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Moving from Insurance to a Cash Practice

Yael "Ellie" Silverman, MSW, LICSW

Sep 12, 2018

NASW receives questions from clinical social workers about how to terminate their contracts as insurance providers and move to a private pay fee-for-service practice. This practice perspective highlights several important steps to facilitate the transition.

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