Thursday November 29, 2018 | 2:00 – 3:30 pm ET
The Bottom Line for
Lab Reimbursement in 2019
When All Is Said & Done With PAMA
Key Trends & Strategies in a Post PAMA and ACA World
Here’s just a sample of critical questions we’ll answer as part of this “must-attend” 75-minute interactive session:
What factors are likely to determine whether the court ruling is appealed?
Can labs expect any relief from Medicare cuts under PAMA during 2019?
What are some of the key Medicare rate changes for pathologists in 2019?
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