This came from a Medicare Report July 2011 from Highmark Medicare Services.
Check and see if your answer is in one of these areas:
Remember communication between the ambulance provider and the SNF is essential. Youâ€™ll find additional documentation on ambulance services including a list of those that are appropriate for Part B billing in the following references:
â€¢ Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Internet Only Manual (IOM) 100-04; Chapter 15, Section 30.2.2: http://www.cms.gov/manuals/downloads/clm104c15.pdf
â€¢ CMS IOM 100-04; Chapter 6, Section 20.3.1: http://www.cms.gov/manuals/downloads/clm104c06.pdf
â€¢ CMS SNF Consolidated Billing: http://www.cms.gov/SNFConsolidatedBilling/
â€¢ SE0433 Skilled Nursing Facility Consolidated Billing as it Relates to Ambulance Services: http://www.cms.gov/MLNMattersArticle...ads/SE0433.pdf
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