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  • Legislative Update: Health Care Bills Progress in Springfield

    Your ISMS legislative team has been hard at work in Springfield, advocating on your behalf by thwarting bad proposals from moving forward and negotiating sensible changes to various bills.

    This past week held an important procedural deadline for both the Illinois Senate and the Illinois House – the last window for committee review of bills.

    Despite the difficulties of passing legislation during an election year, ISMS has succeeded in helping advance these bills out of committee prior to today's deadline.


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  • New Medicare ID Cards – Lila Explains

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  • What Paperwork Should You Collect When Hiring or Signing a Collaborative Agreement with APRNs & PAs?

    Great news! You identified a new hire to fill that open position.

    If this candidate is an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) or a physician assistant (PA), do you know what licenses, certifications or other paperwork you should obtain? 


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  • Attention ALL ISMS Members: Comment on Resolutions by Midnight April 20!

    Help shape ISMS policy by commenting on resolutions via our online Virtual Reference Committee Forum.

    But don't delay – your testimony must be submitted by midnight, April 20.

    The ISMS Annual Meeting and House of Delegates starts next Friday in Oakbrook.

    Questions? Call the HOD hotline at 312-853-4745 or send an email.  


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  • Avoid Claim Denials for Procedures and E/M Services – Performed on SAME Day

    Getting nowhere on reimbursements for certain services delivered during the same encounter?

    For example, say your patient came in for a minor/office-based procedure. And on that same day, the patient’s condition required a completely separate evaluation and management (E/M) service, beyond the preoperative or post-operative care usually associated with that procedure

    CMS and other insurers may deny claims for these services.


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