[Histonet] The Rise of Physician Owned/Operated Labs (POLs) and
dlschneider <@t> gmail.com
Wed Oct 31 07:34:00 CDT 2012
I don't doubt what you're saying, but can you source this info more specifically than "a consultant?" I'm going to discuss this with my colleagues and they're going to ask me.
Needless to say, a 10-20% cut in the TC of 88305, coming down the pipe in a month or two, is a big deal.
Dan Schneider, MD
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On Oct 31, 2012, at 6:49 AM, "Webster, Thomas S." <twebster <@t> CRH.org> wrote:
> I am scared to see what is going to happen to the technical component of 88305 next month. A consultant is telling people to prepare for a 10 to 20 percent cut. Immunos and cytology enhancement 88112 are going to be slashed for 2014. It's going to be very difficult for smaller AP labs to survive. The medicare business helps keep the doors open for some labs with low client pricing and the other payers will reduce payments as well.
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