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2013 CPT Code Change to be Discussed at the Evidence-Based Reimbursement Summit
CHI's Evidence-Based Reimbursement Summit well positioned to cover the recent CPT Code Changes enacted by the AMA. Features dedicated presentations on the effect these changes will have on Medicare, Medicaid, as well as private insurances policies.
The inaugural Evidence-Based Reimbursement Summit (November 5-7, 2012 in Philadelphia, PA) aims to be the preeminent event for all major stakeholders in the field of evidence-based reimbursement in pharma and diagnostics, government affairs, health care economics, and clinical development.
A dedicated session on the 2013 CPT Code Changes will feature presentations from Danielle Scelfo, Director, Government Affairs, Genomic Health, Karl Florence, Director of Reimbursement, Vermillion, Roger D. Klein, M.D., J.D., Pathologist, Department of Molecular Pathology, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, and Laura Sullivan, Vice President, Customer Care & Reimbursement, Good Start Genetics.
Topics to be discussed include Coverage Coding and Reimbursement in Advanced Molecular Diagnostics, CPT Code Application-
In addition to CPT Code Change, The Evidence-Based Reimbursement Summit will delve into topics including product development strategies, generating real world data, personalized medicine / companion diagnostics, and more. For full details visit www.Healthtech.com/
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