Printer Friendly

Organ Acquisition Problems with Solutions report available free from Transplant News.

Hospital cost-based organ acquisition programs require special scrutiny by cost report preparers to ensure appropriate reimbursement claims are made, write Joseph Fass, President of Price, Fass & Co, LLC, a California-based intermediary with over 25 years of cost reporting and appeal experience.

In his report "Organ Acquisition Problems with Solutions, Fass highlights some common problems for reporting acquisition programs, how the challenges affect Medicare payments and offers some solutions to improve the overall process. Report focuses on Kidney Acquisition Costs.

To get a free copy, send an e-mail to Trannews@pacbell.net. The report will be sent to you by return e-mail.
COPYRIGHT 2004 Transplant Communications, Inc.
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2004 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

 
Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Transplant News
Date:Jul 14, 2004
Words:101
Previous Article:JCAHO to certify hospitals performing lung volume reduction surgery.
Next Article:Pressure increasing on Bush to change stem cell research policy; bi-partisan legislation introduced in the House.


Related Articles
Organ procurement: various legal systems and their effectiveness.
CMS enforcement of rule covering organ acquisition fees could shutdown some OPOs, transplant centers.
CMS recants on organ acquisition fee policy that could have shut down OPOs, will issue clarification soon.
The Washington monthly's Monthly Journalism Award.
University Hospital of Brooklyn cited by OIG for organ acquisition cost practices.
Federal government takes aim at transplant centers' organ acquisition cost reporting practices.
UC Irvine, St. Vincent Medical Center transplant program problems continue to mount.
Newspaper continues to charge Chinese government recovering organ from Falun Gong members while still alive.

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2018 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters