Coding and legislation issues for US allergists - Twitter summary from #ACAAI16 meeting

Helpful lecture on coding (US) for reimbursement: T48.6X6S --> underdosing Z91.120 --> financial hardship https://t.co/5okCQeWxkE

USP requirements for allergy IT in this slide: https://t.co/lE0uq36Ord

What MACRA means to allergists - timeline in this slide: https://t.co/2EgW1tqhZv

MACRA exempt for allergists for now - less than 30K in Medicare claims OR less than 100 Medicare patients: https://t.co/sNMPqK6bXd

Preparing for MACRA, slide: https://t.co/9lzYOa3ZcS

Medicare physician fee schedule 2017, increase 9 cents per RVU https://t.co/PJFuRl0bSB

Dr Kagen on working with the USP, USP was founded by physicians in 1820 in DC. USP standards: https://t.co/1MTXXDtn3b

USP goals: https://t.co/FunBPB9GxN

No contamination in 78,000 extracts prepared on countertop: https://t.co/R8tRkE4XQR

@choirdoc: After 2017, ABAI will no longer have secure "high-stakes" exam every 10 years. Will send articles, followed by test. Rational.

This is a Twitter summary from #ACAAI16 meeting. The post is a part of series. See the rest here: http://allergynotes.blogspot.com/search/label/#ACAAI16

Several allergists did a great job posting updates on Twitter from the 2016 meeting of ACAAI, the hashtag was #ACAAI16. I used the website Symplur to review the tweets:

@docalergias @dryesimdem

http://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/acaai16/

Presentation handouts are available from the ACAAI website: http://annualmeeting.acaai.org/session_presentations.cfm

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