Transitional Care Management: Top Three Pitfalls for Claim Denial
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THREE COMMON PITFALLS
Transitional Care Management (TCM) claim submission requires synergized and timely documentation from multiple levels of care: starting from the office staff creating initial contact with patients, to clinicians performing the necessary face-to-face visit.
It is important to note the difference in business day (for initial contact) and 30 calendar day to complete all requirements. There is also a required distinction for when moderate and high complexity patients are to be seen.
UNPERFORMED CLINICAL REQUIREMENTS
Medicare and Medicaid not only require services be performed at a timely manner, but certain services must be performed in both face-to-face and non face-to-face visits.
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