Managing Risk

Shared Services – Truth In Billing

By Jana Weis, Principal, Gill Compliance Solutions, LLC.

As consultants in the healthcare industry, we are asked all kinds of questions on a daily basis.  Yet, if I were to add up the number of times clients ask about shared services, it would likely be on the top of the list.  Shared services seem like an easy concept, two providers’ participation in the care of a patient, right?  Well, almost right. 

Let’s first take into consideration the CMS language surrounding shared services:

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