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Don’t Lose Sleep Over Medicare Billing Intricacies of Sleep Apnea Treatments

by Andrew Selesnick and Stacey Zill
Healthcare Business Monthly
February 2016

Andrew Selesnick and Stacey Zill’s article, published in the February 2016 issue of Healthcare Business Monthly, explores the statutory payment policy requirements and procedure under which Medicare may be billed for sleep apnea treatments.

From the article…

“Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) affects 18 million Americans, according to the National Sleep Foundation.  OSA occurs when breathing is interrupted briefly and repeatedly during sleep.  There are circumstances under which Medicare will cover oral appliances used for the treatment of OSA … To ensure correct billing of OSA, let’s review procedural documentation requirements.”

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