Appropriate Use Criteria Webinar Reference Materials

Appropriate Use Criteria Reference Materials from Our 12-16-21 Webinar

We hope you found our webinar informative and helpful as your practice prepares for the CMS Appropriate Use Criteria Program in 2022. If you are new here or missed our webinar on December 16, please use the resources on this page as needed. As always, if your organization has any concerns or questions regarding the Appropriate Use Criteria Program, please contact us.

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