Signature requirements still confounding physicians despite CMS help
It seems like it should be simple to know what documents need to be signed by the physician and how, but physician practices are finding that there is plenty of room for confusion despite efforts by CMS to spell out the requirements. Getting it wrong means delayed reimbursement and added hassle for doctors and staff.
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