Many coders are taking the "wait and see" approach regarding how the Supreme Court’s recent decision on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will affect their day-to-day job functions. In that decision, the Supreme Court ruled the requirement that individuals must have health care coverage or face a penalty was an allowable tax (rather than a penalty). But the Court decided the federal government couldn’t require states to expand existing Medicaid programs by planning to disqualify noncompliant states from Medicaid funding.
Here are a few ACA areas to watch for hematology and oncology: preventive services, clinical trials, pre-existing conditions, ACOs, and MPPR.
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