Medicare’s Incident-to and Shared Services Rules
Recorded May 19, 2022
What about 2023? CMS is extending the shared services rules for 2022 into 2023. Continue to follow the same guidelines described for 2022 through 2023. Who knows what 2024 will bring.
Medicare rules for incident to and share services are a constant worry for medical practices. With the 2022 change to shared services, it’s a good time to review the unchanged incident-to rules and the updated shared services rules. Incident-to services are services performed in a non-facility setting by clinical staff or non-physician practitioners. Shared services are E/M services jointly performed by a physician and non-physician practitioner in a facility setting. Understanding the Medicare rules for incident to and shared services is both a revenue and a compliance imperative.
After the session, participants will be able to:
- Identify the financial implications related to Medicare rules for incident-to and shared services
- List the types of services that can be billed incident-to
- Describe the documentation needed for shared services
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