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    How far back can an auditor go when picking charts to audit?

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    CMS has this info per MM6870 "to minimize provider burden, the maximum look back date is October 1, 2007."

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    Missoula, MT


    Every Audit type is different...Medicaid can go back as far as 6 years and 3 months.

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