Tip: The new provider directory accuracy law took effect July 1. Make sure your practice isn’t penalized!

September 09, 2016
Area(s) of Interest: Practice Management 

The new law not only requires payors to maintain accurate and current directories, but it also requires physicians to do their part in keeping the information up-to-date. Failure to comply with the new requirements may result in payment delays, removal from directories and even contract termination. For more information on physicians’ obligations under the new law, visit http://cal.md/directory-accuracy.

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