Posted on Monday, February 22, 2021
CMS began the “No-pay Raps” on January 1st of this year, and home health companies have hit their fair share of bumps in the road. No-pay RAPs are a signal to notify Medicare that a beneficiary has begun to receive care from a certified home health provider.
“One issue that has been uncovered during this time: Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs) were experiencing processing glitches stemming from CMS’s decision to make the use of value Code 61 optional for providers.”
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